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Doxie Scanner on Linux

I forget where I found this, but I’m documenting here for posterity. In order to get a Doxie scanner running under Linux, install the sane-backends-drivers-scanners package is installed. Then put the following into a local udev rule: $ cat /etc/udev/rules.d/10-doxie-scanner.rules # udevadm info -a -p $(udevadm info -q path -n /dev/bus/usb/001/009) SUBSYSTEMS=="usb", ATTRS{manufacturer}=="Document Capture Technologies Inc.", ATTRS{idProduct}=="4812", GROUP="scanner" Create a scanner group and add your user to it. sudo groupadd -r scanner sudo usermod -G scanner -a link Reboot for the group change to take effect. Read more...

Fedora 22 on MacBook Pro

My main laptop happens to be a MacBookPro8,2. I found that Fedora 22 does not install seamlessly on this machine, given the nature of two key pieces of hardware: wireless and hybrid graphics. Broadcom BCM4331 I decided to use the proprietary broadcom-wl driver for my wireless; I tried the b43 driver, but found that it has some connectivity issues when using a 2.4GHz router (dropping and reconnecting every minute or so). Read more...

Mox Bant

I designed this a while ago, trying to be true to what makes a Mox special, while also maintaining a sane power level.
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