Quick-Start with Epson Scanners on Ubuntu Budgie with imageScan Easy Guide

May 9th, 2017 by thelinuxevangelist

QuickStart with Epson Scanning for Ubuntu Budgie

Hello Ubuntu Budgie User! This Tutorial Shows You Step-by-Step How-to Getting-Started with Epson Images Scanning for Ubuntu Budgie 32/64bit GNU/Linux Desktop.

Image Scan! For Linux is a software that provides Graphical User Interface for Scanning on Linux Desktops.
It Includes the Driver – called backend (Epkowa) – an the Graphical Interface which enables you to scan in black & white.

To Get Installed the imageScan Software for Epson Scanners on Linux is enough to Search on Epson Download Center with a Generic Epson Scanner Model

Getting-Started with Epson Scanning on Ubuntu Budgie - Featured
  1. Download Epson Image Scan Software for GNU/Linux:

    Search “MY-MODEL” (Eg.:WF-3640) for Linux
  2. Open Terminal Window
    (Press “Enter” to Execute Commands)

    Getting-Started with iScan Scanning on Ubuntu Budgie - Open Terminal

  3. Extract imageScan Bundle
    Double-Click and Extract into /tmp.

    QuickStart with iScan Scanning on Linux - extraction

    Or from Shell:

    tar xvzf ./imagescan*.deb.tar.gz -C /tmp/

  4. Then Install imageScan Software for Linux
    Change to the software Location:

    cd /tmp/imagescan*

    Then Run the Installer:

    sudo ./install.sh
  5. Launch imageScan and Start Scanning :)
    From Terminal simply with:


    Getting-Started with iScan Scanning on Xubuntu - iScan GUI

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