Package Details: imagescan-plugin-networkscan 1.1.3-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/imagescan-plugin-networkscan.git (read-only, click to copy)
Package Base: imagescan-plugin-networkscan
Description: Plugin for using Epson scanners with Image Scan v3 over network
Upstream URL: http://download.ebz.epson.net/dsc/search/01/search/?OSC=LX
Keywords: epson network scanner
Licenses: Custom License - See /usr/share/doc/imagescan-plugin-networkscan/COPYING.EPSON.en.txt
Submitter: leosanvieira
Maintainer: nsmcclellan
Last Packager: nsmcclellan
Votes: 17
Popularity: 0.91
First Submitted: 2017-03-30 14:04
Last Updated: 2019-09-30 16:36

Pinned Comments

leosanvieira commented on 2018-03-05 18:20

Note: If imagescan returns an error saying that it cannot connect to the scanner, disable your firewall and try again, if it works, enable your firewall, turn on TCP/IP SYN cookies and try again to see if that solves the problem with your firewall. (Set /proc/sys/net/ipv4/tcp_syncookies to 1.)

leosanvieira commented on 2018-01-21 20:05

Wiki: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/SANE/Scanner-specific_problems#Image_Scan_v3

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nsmcclellan commented on 2020-03-07 05:24

This was flagged out of date because Epson released a new version of imagescan: 3.62. However, I disagreed with the flag and removed it. You see, inside the newest imagescan archive, the imagescan-plugin-networkscan is STILL at version 1.1.3, so there is no need to update this package to the new archive, since the plugin part of that new archive is not different in any way.

nsmcclellan commented on 2019-09-30 16:47

As of today, everything should "just work". Look at the pinned comments; those will help you set it up successfully. If you still have an issue, feel free to leave a comment.

leohussey commented on 2019-09-25 04:26

Source files fail to download. Available files are now: https://download2.ebz.epson.net/imagescanv3/fedora/latest2/rpm/x64/imagescan-bundle-fedora-29-3.59.2.x64.rpm.tar.gz https://download2.ebz.epson.net/imagescanv3/fedora/latest2/rpm/x86/imagescan-bundle-fedora-29-3.59.2.x86.rpm.tar.gz https://download2.ebz.epson.net/imagescanv3/fedora/latest1/rpm/x86/imagescan-bundle-fedora-30-3.59.2.x86.rpm.tar.gz https://download2.ebz.epson.net/imagescanv3/fedora/latest1/rpm/x64/imagescan-bundle-fedora-30-3.59.2.x64.rpm.tar.gz

nsmcclellan commented on 2019-08-24 06:59

This needs an update because it doesn't work unless you edit the pkgbuild extensively. Since I went through the work of updating the pkgbuild...here you go: https://pastebin.com/vaRQ0ce5

kdiet_bln commented on 2019-03-22 09:04

When downloading package "imagescan-bundle-fedora-28 (or 29)" from "support.epson.net...", the "imagescan-plugin-networkscan" is version 1.1.2, so you have to change the pkgver in PKGBUILD accordingly.

kdiet_bln commented on 2019-03-16 16:34

Edit my Comment from yesterday: The links to epson in the given PKGBUILD don't work, because of several sublinks to the correct source file. So I changed the procedure: Download the PKGBUILD from here, and the sourcefile from the epson site (see URL in my first comment), and change the downloaded PKGBUILD by changing the source_x86_64 to the Download-directory. After using "makepkg" it produced the package with .pkg.tar.xz and I installed with pacman -U ...This worked for me.

kdiet_bln commented on 2019-03-15 14:53

For source file URL, try https://support.epson.net/linux/en/imagescanv3.php?version=1.3.38 for fedora 28 and 1.3.44 for fedora 29

damian01w commented on 2019-03-14 12:44

The sources files doesn't exist anymore, I'm getting file not found error 404.

It seems that EPSON updated the bundle and renamed the source file to: imagescan-bundle-fedora-28-1.3.44.x64.rpm.tar.gz

Please, can you update the PKGBUILD? Thanks.

leosanvieira commented on 2018-03-05 18:20

Note: If imagescan returns an error saying that it cannot connect to the scanner, disable your firewall and try again, if it works, enable your firewall, turn on TCP/IP SYN cookies and try again to see if that solves the problem with your firewall. (Set /proc/sys/net/ipv4/tcp_syncookies to 1.)

leosanvieira commented on 2018-01-23 23:09

@iyanmv, when i first created this package, i also had a firewall problem, as you can see in the issue below. I actually solved it by changing my firewall program from ufw to firewalld as ufw was blocking the scanner's reply. About the ports, 1865 is the port used by the scanner, the networkscan plugin uses a dynamic high port to start the connection. So you shouldn't have to open any extra doors, at least if your firewall program isn't blocking the reply. https://github.com/utsushi/utsushi/issues/28