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Installing a centronics scanner with yast

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I am trying to install a CanonScan N640P with a centronics interface onto a SUSE 10.0 box.

Sane seems too much hassle :-(

If I get a Parralel to USB 1.1 converter for this scanner will I be able to install it with yast?

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panemade earned 1200 total points
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yes you can.
Also check for whole procedure http://en.opensuse.org/SDB:Configuring_Scanners_from_SUSE_LINUX_9.2
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