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Cost of War
I am having an issue with scanning images all of a sudden. I installed debian on a laptop I was given, I was able to use my scanner without any problems. The laptop died after a couple of months, and so I got a new one and installed the same debian (stable) on it. Now when I scan (xsane) all the images come tinged pink. I can't seem to find any way to alter this. Adjusting the Gamma just makes the pink lighter or darker. I don't seem to have any other controls other than contrast and brightness.
If I scan in gray, the image looks normal.
xsane seems to detect my scanner properly, it identifies the make and model properly.
Could the scanner be malfunctioning? Is there a hardware failure that could cause it to scan everything in pink?
Is there somewhere in the settings it could be set for too much red?