Description of problem:
start xsane. it never comes up. run from a terminal and see the following:
[jmb@cheetah Desktop]$ xsane
(xsane:4753): Gtk-WARNING **: GtkSpinButton: setting an adjustment with non-zero page size is deprecated
this is on a fully updated f10 system.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
associated rpms are:
sane-frontends-1.0.14-8.fc10 Thu Aug 20 14:09:46 2009
xsane-gimp-0.997-1.fc10 Thu Aug 20 14:08:44 2009
xsane-0.997-1.fc10 Thu Aug 20 14:08:11 2009
sane-backends-devel-1.0.20-4.fc10 Fri Jul 24 02:34:58 2009
sane-backends-libs-gphoto2-1.0.20-4.fc10 Fri Jul 24 02:34:48 2009
sane-backends-libs-1.0.20-4.fc10 Fri Jul 24 02:31:32 2009
sane-backends-1.0.20-4.fc10 Fri Jul 24 02:30:02 2009
libsane-hpaio-2.8.12-6.fc10 Wed Mar 18 17:31:53 2009
appears to be 100% tried it after a re-login and a reboot, just in case something was stale, and got same result.
Steps to Reproduce:
1.invoke xsane from command line
2.observe result from above.
heh. it runs.
i neglected to mention in the original that it appears to get as far as putting up the scanning for devices window, but it never shows any devices.
i did further testing with scanimage. -L option shows the scanner. and scanimage appears to work perfectly with the following options:
scanimage -d epson2:libusb:001:004 --preview=no --mode gray --resolution 300 > image.tiff
i also tested xsane as root, and it fails identically.
so it appears that the basic sane scanning is working and the problem is apparently in xsane.
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