Conor Daly wrote:
> In my case, on a client machine, /etc/sane.d/net.conf contains the
> hostname of the server machine. 'man sane-net' gives the details. I
> can't access the server machine just now to check its config but
> 'man saned' will give you some pointers. After that, just run 'xsane' on
> your client machine.
thanks everybody, yes I found sane by now ;) Not sanity though ...
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