What's a good computer scanner to buy if you use Linux primarily?
I don't need or want an integrated printer. Thank you ^.^
if your device is supported. It seems the LIDE 120 is *not* supported.
my experience of scanning under linux is limited to an epson all-in-1 (cx3200?) and a canon lide30 (which someone gave me for free because they needed a win7-compatible scanner and the lide30 isn't). i've never had any problems with them; they both just worked. the going rate for the lide30 seems to be about £16 plus delivery, so i'd recommend that for casual scanning
but for anything where you think you might need a sheet feeder, i wouldn't know what to suggest
Thank you very much :)
@UnclearFuture having said that, the lide30 is rather slow (USB 1.1?)... newer lides might be faster
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