Scanning in docs.
spudgibb at gmail.com
Tue Apr 7 16:16:33 MDT 2009
I have an HP PhotoSmart 2610 plugged into my network. (don't know if they
are still available) that automatically gets picked up by xsane in ubuntu,
On Tue, Apr 7, 2009 at 4:03 PM, Brandon Stout <bms at mscis.org> wrote:
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> Gabriel Gunderson wrote:
> > PLUG,
> > I'm looking for a document scanner to make digital copies of cabinets
> > and cabinets full of old invoices. I'm wondering if anyone knows of a
> > good piece of hardware for this. Of course, it would be best if it
> > worked with Linux, but we are *not* holding our breath.
> > Also, it would be nice it had software that could read a printout and
> > use OCR and save the new document using a given path and filename (or
> > whatever).
> > Ideas? Thanks all!
> > Gabe
> HP anything is a pretty good bet for Linux support. I have a HP C3135
> printer/scanner hybrid. I have been able to install it on OpenSuse,
> Fedora, and Ubuntu easily. For OCR, xsane has done perfectly for it,
> and it interfaces with the HP scanner drivers perfectly.
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