Source Priority Failing checks
Scanning via &Network...
Medium
Select an entry.
Medium
Edit Not Possible
Medium
It is only possible to delete a driver without a matching scanner.
Medium
Delete Not Possible
Medium
Test Not Possible
Medium
Failed to test %1.
Medium
Model Not Supported by the Driver %1
Medium
Set Up Scanning via Network
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>
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
Initializing...
Medium
File %1 does not exist.
Medium
Failed to read %1.
Medium
Read or create the scanner database
Medium
Checking installed packages...
Medium
Reading or creating the scanner database...
Medium
Determining active scanners...
Medium
Determining active drivers...
Medium
Detecting scanners...
Medium
Creating scanner database...
Medium
Save the actual environment
Medium
Saving the actual environment...
Medium
Not Configured:
Medium
No scanner recognized by this driver
Medium
There is at least one printer configuration that uses the hplip service.
It is possible to proceed but then the hplip service would be stopped
and all print queues that use the hplip service would no longer work.
If the scanner is also supported by the hpaio driver, do not proceed.
Instead use hpaio to set up the scanner.
Alternatively proceed and change the printer configuration to use the ptal service.
Medium
Check whether additional packages must be installed
Medium
Test and set up special requirements for particular drivers
Medium
Checking whether additional packages must be installed...
Medium
Checking whether firmware upload is required...
Medium
Testing and setting up special requirements for particular drivers...
Medium
Activating the driver...
Medium
Required Package Not Installed
Medium
Firmware Upload Required
Medium
The following scanners use the same driver.
Therefore all those scanners will be deactivated:
Medium
Failed to stop the ptal service.
Medium
Failed to disable the ptal service.
Medium
No Scanner for %1
Medium
&Scanner to Test
Medium
Testing %1
Medium
Testing with 'scanimage -d %1 -v'...
Medium
Successfully Tested %1
Medium
Failed to set up scanning via network.
Medium