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Old 11-19-2016, 09:43 AM   #1
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Exclamation the closed source epson driver file for scanning

have you guys got that working at all?

I have a v39 scanner but it won't boot.

good standing but I'm not sure with arm

I did find this:

and picked it apart as best i could

but its not doing it. this is for my arm laptop.

one thread i posted in is helpful to get it all working but not on arm

I did have to install something for i386 which installed but probably not nicely...

it was iscan-plugin-gt-s650-1.1.0-2.i386.tgz
I think that package installed /usr/share/iscan/esfw010c.bin
and I copied the iscan-registry script from another computer.

hopefully there is a way. I emailed them requesting an arm one since theres an x86 and 64 bit package on there website. source too but not for everything.


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