I had no problem installing the software, including ISCAN and Network drivers. Printing works fine, but can't scan. (Heck, I can't even figure out how to launch the scanner, much less configure it.) EPSON website says: Configure Image Scan! for Linux to connect to your device by editing /etc/sane.d/epkowa.conf. You need administrative privileges to do so. Read the instructions in the file about network configuration and add an entry for your device as indicated. Finally, disable the conflicting epson2 SANE backend. You can do so by changing the line consisting of "epson2" to "#epson2" in /etc/sane.d/dll.conf. This will require administrative privileges. I can't find a file with network configuration in it nor can I figure out what it wants me to do. I do know the IP address of my printer. As I said, I got 3 pieces of software related to ISCAN (base, data, and network) installed using dpkg with no problem. I did see other topics below mentioning SANE. Is that a common scanner interface, the equivalent of CUPS? If so, is there a good doc to configure it? URL please? Appreciate any help someone can offer.