> BTW anyone using a USB scanner under Linux ?
Yep. A cheap Epson job (Perfection 610), but it works very well.
I am actually using a 2.4 kernel, which has massively improved USB
support over 2.2, but I believe the backport to 2.2 works well, too.
The relevent bits of /etc/sane.d/* are:
/dev/usbscanner0 has major/minor 180 and 48 - it's managed by the
"scanner" module, which runs on top of usbcore and usb-uhci. It Just
FWIW, it was a *lot* easier to set up the scanner and SANE under Linux
than it was under Windows 98SE.
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