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Share a Linux scanner with your network

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How to use your Linux system as a scanner server...
After hours of research and tweaking, all your computers are connected to each other and the Internet, and you can print your documents on a printer connected to another system -- but you still must take a break when someone else wants to use the scanner connected to your system. Save the money additional scanners would cost by sharing your scanner on your LAN.

Start with SANE (Scanning Access Now Easy), the scanning suite for Linux and other Unix-like systems. Check the project's list of supported devices. If your scanner is listed, most of the job is already done.
 read more | mail this link | score:7657 | -Ray, October 29, 2006
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