[olug] Linux Scanner

Todd Christopher Hamilton netarttodd at gmail.com
Tue Apr 25 13:42:03 UTC 2006

I am putting together a Linux based document imaging workstation where 
the workstation scans a document, the user assigns a few indexing 
attributes to the document and the document then moves on for review by 
other users.  The image is then attached to a person's (patient) record 
and called up later as needed.

Is anyone doing this now?  What would you recommend for a scanner?  Is 
there an open source project already accomplishing this?  I expect to 
scan around 100 8.5-11 documents a day.

Thanks for your advise.

Todd Christopher Hamilton
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Nick Veys wrote:
> If you had that file owned by the web server process owner, you could
> chmod 400 the file and it should work, and be pretty safe.
> On 4/24/06, Eric P <eric.maillist at gmail.com> wrote:
>>I'm on a multi-user Linux system running PHP and MySQL.
>>Whenever I do an SQL query, I include a file just under the web root w/the MySQL username and password.
>>Even though it's under the web root, I have to keep this file's permission at 644 permissions, or else I get 'permission
>>Am I missing something here?  I definately don't want this file readable by 'other'.
>>Any advice for the correct approach to this would be greatly appreciated!
>>Eric Pierce
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>>OLUG at olug.org
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