HP SCANJET 3300C LINUX DRIVER
By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features. However unlike most SnapScan derivative scanners this scanner does not eneed a firmware upload. SANE drivers are user-space drivers, and there is no driver listed as explicitly supporting this scanner device chipset anyway. I simply don’t have the time to respond to these requests so your email will go unanswered. Further information on a SANE backend for these scanners can be found here.
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My scanner is partially supported, however I don’t get good results with the linux driver. I have used the control center which detects the scanner I have received absolutely nothing from Epson for this recommendation and I am in no way connected to them.
HP ScanJet 3300c Flatbed Scanner
Most scanners today don’t allow this. Recognized on Boot, Xsane works,printing works,Automatically installed fine with no problems. Thanks for your help.
So, no Linux support sadly. Find More Posts by ferrari.
A backend for this scanner is currently in development. The H-P c scanner drivers do not work on Windows 7 x There is direct support for these scanners from Epson from here http: If it doesn’t, download this fileextract, move into the directory and give the command “sudo.
Walk round the corner and collect scanner 6.
Last edited by cwizardone; at In fact all indications as you’ve seen already seem to suggest that it does not work. More details and downloads can be seen here.
I checked on the Xsane website that lists scanners that work with Linux and found the Scanjet c listed. Or pass a few flags to the module that is the driver and it might work. However, this scanner does scanjett have a power button and it derives its power from ,inux connection only.
[ubuntu] install scanjet C
It’s supported by the gt68xx backend. Though not ideal for flatbed scanning and does cost money it will enable you to use the scanner under Linux. To use as a network device hplip needed to be installed using the HP print utility, it then works perfect via network. If you have the filters set up, and the devices are plugged in, the devices should show up.
This list is by no means complete or necessarily accurate. There is a project for the FBU: Their printers have drivers most of the time. However nothing exists at the moment. Sign up using Facebook. Click the device you want to use, a check mark will show up. HP Scanjet is a simple flatbed scanner in common use but it seems it is not compatible with linux printing with hplip.
Therefore no backend for these scanners.