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diagnose problems with a sane installation

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sane-troubleshoot is a GUI program for linux that diagnoses problems with an installation of sane (scanner access now easy) the api for scanners. originally written by Henning Geinitz, there has been no development since 2005. This project takes up development in order to make sane-troubleshoot work on recent distros, and add new functions.

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  • Safe: Gives advice, does not modify your system
  • Really simple install (if it works!). download, extract, make sane-troubleshoot executable, run it.
  • New release 7th oct 2015


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