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Old 09-30-2004, 05:04 PM   #1
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viewing how the kernal assigns hardware.

Hi i was wondering what the cmd line command to see how the kernal as assigned hardware is. Im trying to get my scanner working with sane and i can hear it calibrate so i know the computer recognizes it. But when i try to scan it says can't find suitable port. So i think i need to manually tell sane where the scanner is. If anyone could help i'd appreciate it.
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