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Configure your scanner buttons

Modern scanners usually have several front panel buttons which are intended to
trigger certain actions like copying, faxing or mailing the scanned document.

This daemon queries the scanner button status several times per second. If it
detects that a button is pressed, it runs a shell script which the button
number is passed to as a command line argument. Because scanbuttond is
accessing the scanner directly via libusb, there should be no conflicts with
SANE or other scanner drivers: scanbuttond simply won't touch the scanner
hardware while you are using SANE. This means that you can still scan even when
running scanbuttond.

  Bernhard Stiftner
  Dirk Wriedt
  J. Javier Maestro
  Hans Verkuil
  James Gilliland
  Oliver Edelmann
  Christian Bucher
  David Froehlich
  Milan Zamazal

Source Files

Filename Size Changed Actions
scanbuttond-0.2.3-rpmlintrc 245 Bytes Download File
scanbuttond-0.2.3.tar.bz2 215 KB Download File
scanbuttond-README.SUSE 126 Bytes Download File
scanbuttond-buttonpressed.patch 2.42 KB Download File
scanbuttond-sbd-gimp.sh 328 Bytes Download File
scanbuttond-sbd-mail.sh 811 Bytes Download File
scanbuttond-sbd-print.sh 401 Bytes Download File
scanbuttond-sbd-scan.sh 435 Bytes Download File
scanbuttond.changes 578 Bytes Download File
scanbuttond.init 4.44 KB Download File
scanbuttond.service 182 Bytes Download File
scanbuttond.spec 5.31 KB Download File

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