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Archive for the ‘ix500’ Category

Mint 17/SANE will not recognize Fujitsu ScanSnap ix500 scanner : linuxmint

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/04/26

For my link archive:

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ScanSnap ix500: it only supports 2.4GHz WiFi

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/04/22

I had my ScanSnap ix500 – on which I wrote before – connected to a WiFi network that supported 2.4GHz and 5GHz.

Since there is too much trouble on the 2.4GHz band (too many access points around me running at too much power, and having even more trouble around meal times, so likely one or more badly shielded Microwave devices in the neighbourhood) I turned it off in my WiFi access points.

Now the ScanSnap ix500 would not scan any more (:

These links confirm my finding:

Now I have a separate access point indicating it is 2.4Ghz, so I had to use the Wireless Configuration Tool (which requires a USB connection to the ix500) to reconfigure it.

–jeroen

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Anaylizing PDF files

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/12/10

A few things that failed/worked:

I still need to look at the Multivalent.jar when I have a system with Java again, as it is mentioned in [WayBack] pdf generation – Is there a tool to analyze a PDF in terms of fonts, objects, fields and their respective size (kb)? – Stack Overflow

References:

–jeroen

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Backup & Sync: The ridiculous steps you need to move the Google Drive from the C: drive to the D: drive

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/04/27

Unlike for instance DropBox, Google Backup & Sync does not allow you do move the Google Drive location in a one-step way. You have to go through below ridiculous steps to move it around yourself.

A comment on G+ indicated I should try Insync. Not free, but way more stable and more features.

[WayBack] Insync: A Mini Desktop File Manager For Your Google Drive

Insync adds Google Drive functionality to your Windows, Linux and mac OS desktop. Sync, backup, edit and share files easily with one or multiple accounts. Team Drives syncing for G Suite accounts now available! Try Insync free, no credit card needed.

[WayBack] Unlike for instance DropBox, Google Backup & Sync does not allow you do move … – Jeroen Wiert Pluimers – G+

I got them via [Archive.is] Change default location of Backup and Sync Folder on disk. – Google Product Forums, rephrased and added screenshots:

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UDP port 52217 – ScanSnap iX500 Linking to mobile devices (the iPad, iPhone, iPod touch and Android™ devices) -QA4- – Fujitsu Global

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/09/15

UDP port number assigned to Scan to Mobile (52217 by default)

Source: ScanSnap iX500 Linking to mobile devices (the iPad, iPhone, iPod touch and Android™ devices) -QA4- – Fujitsu Global [WayBack]

Other references:

–jeroen

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