This is a reprint of a previous article, by request. The information contained therein is probably out-dated by a few years. Therefore, I make no promise that the instructions below for setting up Epson scanning on Raspberry Pi is any way accurate.
This is the article that almost didn’t happen. I need my Epson all-in-one for scanning, and if I couldn’t get it working, then I was going to disconnect the Pi, reformat and repurpose (and I have other purposes for one, certainly). In fact, I had gotten printing working even over Airprint, so this was the last obstacle. I was prepared to disconnect it, but I decided to give it yet one more try, and I finally got some success. Continue reading “Geek Friday: Setting up Epson Scanning on Raspberry Pi”