I am a new convert from Windows and have got as far as setting up Ubuntu 22.04.3 LTS on A Dell Latitude E6530 ,6 GB RAM i5 processor Gnome ver 42.9
Once opened Ubuntu found my network printer an HP PhotoMart 5520 and there has been no problem printing or doing some basic scanning on it .
However I had attached to my Windows laptop a much more sophisticated scanner ie the Fujitsu fi6130Z and I would like to use it for most of the heavier,more complex scanning jobs.
Not knowing what to expect I plugged it in ,the 6130z has not got any wireless capability so just have to use the same USB cable I used with Windows laptop .
However when plugged in via USB and I went to setting >printers nothing other than my HP PhotoSmart and CUPS-BRF PRINTER were showing .
I’ve had a look under Sane:supported devices and the scanner is listed .it quotes a USB ID ,says under “Status” “complete” nothing at all listed under “Comments” .Under Back END it lists Fujitsu 139 and finally under ManPage Sane Fujitsu.
Question is ,where do I go from here ie should it be listed and ready to go or do I need to take some action to get them talking via the USB port.
I’m not even an experienced Windows user so am lost at this point. Can anyone tell me as clearly as possible what I now need to do to get the scanner operational via Ubuntu .
If you need any more info from me to enable you to help please let me know