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Re: how do i tell usb to leave keyboard alone?




Abdullah Ramazanoglu wrote:
...
> colord-sane seems to be related to some printer utilities ("sane" =
> scanner support)
>
> I would have gone like...
>
> ~$ locate colord-sane		# needs mlocate package
> /usr/lib/colord/colord-sane
>
> ~$ dpkg -S /usr/lib/colord/colord-sane
> colord: /usr/lib/colord/colord-sane
>
> So colord-sane is installed as part of colord package.
>
> ~$ apt-cache --installed rdepends colord
> colord
> Reverse Depends:
>   cups-daemon
>   cups
>   cups-filters
>   cups-filters
>   cups-daemon
>   cups
>   colord-data
>   colord-data
>   libcolord2
>   cups
>   cups-filters
>   cups-daemon
>
> It is a cups *recommendation*, so you can uninstall it while holding on
> to cups.
>
> ~# apt-get remove colord

  i will need color management for various other
things.


> However, if your printer can also work as scanner, then you may
> actually need colord-sane in the future. So, instead of removing
> colord, it is probably a better practice to disable colord-sane service
> to see if it makes any difference. If it does, then you may debug why
> colord-sane is stepping over the keyboard.

  before i wasn't able to find anything for sane to 
mask using systemctl, but finally found where the
pieces were at under systemd and what they were called 
and used:

  # systemctl mask saned.service saned.socket saned@.socket

to see if that will help...  we'll see how that goes.
i'm not sure it is the problem or just happens to be
stirred up by something else.

  thank for your reply,


  songbird