Source Priority Failing checks
Scanner Configuration
Medium
Driver
Medium
Scanner
Medium
&Restart Detection
Medium
&Test
Medium
Run &hp-setup
Medium
Scanning via &Network...
Medium
Nothing Selected
Medium
Select an entry.
Medium
Edit Not Possible
Medium
It is only possible to delete a driver without a matching scanner.
Medium
It is only possible to add a scanner.
Medium
Delete Not Possible
Medium
It is only possible to edit a detected scanner.
Medium
Deactivate %1?
Medium
Failed to deactivate %1.
Medium
Test Not Possible
Medium
Failed to test %1.
Medium
Failed to run hp-setup.
Medium
Scanner Model and Driver Selection
Medium
S&earch String
Medium
&Search
Medium
Show Complete &List
Medium
Scanner &Models
Medium
All Scanner &Models
Medium
Unsupported Model
Medium
This model is not supported.
Ask the manufacturer for a Linux driver.
Medium
Model Not Supported by the Driver %1
Medium
Check if another driver supports it,
select a compatible model,
or ask the manufacturer for a Linux driver.
Medium
Unsupported Driver
Medium
The epkowa driver is only available for i386-compatible architectures (32-bit i386 and also 64-bit x86_64).
Medium
Possibly Problematic Driver
Medium
The epkowa driver may cause problems on 64-bit x86_64 architecture.
Medium
Outdated Driver
Medium
The hpoj driver should work but it is no longer maintained.
Try to use the up-to-date driver hpaio.
Medium
Scanner and Driver Setup
Medium
Failed to activate %1.
Medium
Set Up Scanning via Network
Medium
Permitted &Clients for saned
Medium
&Servers Used for the net Metadriver
Medium
Server Settings
Medium
Client Settings
Medium
Predefined Configurations
Medium
&Local Host Configuration
Medium
&Disable Scanning via Network
Medium
<p>
<b><big>Initializing Scanner Configuration</big></b><br>
Please wait...
</p>
Medium
<p>
<b><big>Saving Scanner Configuration</big></b><br>
Please wait...
</p>
Medium
<p>
<b><big>Scanner Configuration</big></b><br>
Set up or change the scanner configuration and show the already active scanners.
</p>
Medium
<p>
To set up a new scanner, choose the scanner from the list of
detected scanners and press <b>Edit</b>.
If your scanner has not been detected, use <b>Add</b> for a manual configuration.
</p>
Medium
<p>
A normal USB scanner should be detected automatically.
By default, only those USB scanners are shown
for which the USB vendor and product IDs are known.
If a USB scanner is not shown or if there are unexpected results,
try <b>Other</b> and <b>Restart Detection</b>.
It might happen that particular USB devices which are not scanners
are shown too. There is no generic way to reliably distinguish a scanner
from other USB devices because there is no USB device class for scanners.
Try to proceed with <b>Add</b>.
For HP all-in-one devices you may have to run <tt>hp-setup</tt>
via <b>Other</b> and <b>Run hp-setup</b> before you can
configure the scanner unit with this tool.
If you have difficulties configuring your scanner,
check whether it appears in the output of <tt>lsusb</tt>.
If it is not listed there, the USB system cannot communicate with the scanner.
</p>
Medium