Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1470502
Line through the length of the page
Last modified: 2017-12-31 18:26:53 EST
Created attachment 1297386 [details]
Blank scanned page
Description of problem: Everytime I scan a document I get a line through the length of the document.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Canon LIDE 100, Fedora 26, drivers 1.0.27
How reproducible: Scanning document in simplescan and GIMP
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Canon LIDE 100
2. Latest Sane Drivers
3. Used Simplescan and GIMP
Actual results: Please see attachment
Expected results: A clear scan
Additional info: Attached is a sample of what it looks like. The scanner is good, it scans perfect on my OSX system.
thank you for contacting us with you issue. Did scanning work for you before Fedora 26 (like in Fedora 25 etc., if you used older versions of Fedora)?
This started after I upgrade to Fedora 26 from Fedora 25. It was working correctly under Fedora 25.
Would you mind trying to downgrade sane-backends to 1.0.25, if issue is with sane-backends? Here are rpms https://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/buildinfo?buildID=871848
I did try that before opening a ticket. I used the dnfdragon to roll me back to 1.0.25. It had the same problem. Do you want me to try again with your link?
Ok, then it is no need for trying to downgrade. Did you have the latest sane-backends in Fedora 25? Or rather which version+release of sane-backends did you have when scanning worked and which version+release did dnfdragon downgrade sane-backends to?
You can find out version+release by command '$ rpm -qa sane-backends'
Yes I installed the sane-backends through DNF when I installed the scanner a few weeks ago. I rolled them back to 1.0.25-6.fc26 in dnfdragon. I do not know what version I had in Fedora 25 when I installed the scanner, I did install it on 12Jun17 with the current version of the sane-drivers at that time.
Just for check, do you have sane-drivers-scanners package installed?
Yes I do have those drivers installed. I also tried rolling them back with the other sane drivers to 1.0.25.
It reported in upstream https://alioth.debian.org/tracker/index.php?func=detail&aid=315752&group_id=30186&atid=410366
Thanks, that worked great!
This problem seems to still an issue in Fedora 27.