How To Install VueScan 9.2.23 On Linux Systems

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, VueScan is an easy-to-use replacement for many scanners. VueScan has support for over 1000 scanners on the Linux systems.

How To Install VueScan 9.2.23 On Linux Systems

The latest version available is VueScan 9.2.23, which comes with minor fixes for Canon MP495, Canon MX920, Epson Expression 11000Xl, sixteen Brother Scanners and many more For a full list of improvements and fixes, see the changelog.

In this article I will show you how to install VueScan 9.2.23 on the most popular Linux systems, including: Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Debian, Fedora, OpenSUSE, Mageia, Arch Linux, Gentoo, Elementary OS, Deepin, Crunchbang OS, Knoppix, ROSA and many others.

Because VueScan 9.2.23 comes as a precompiled library, all you have to do to install / start using it is to extract the downloaded archive, set execution rights and execute the file:

How to install VueScan 9.2.23 on 32 bit Linux systems:

$ wget -c www.hamrick.com/files/vuex3292.tgz
$ tar -xzvf vuex3292.tgz
$ cd VueScan
$ sudo chmod +x vuescan
$ ./vuescan

How to install VueScan 9.2.23 on 64 bit Linux systems:

$ wget -c www.hamrick.com/files/vuex6492.tgz
$ tar -xzvf vuex6492.tgz
$ cd VueScan
$ sudo chmod +x vuescan
$ ./vuescan

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