Getting my Epson V200 scanner to work with Fedora has, in my experience, been kind of hit and miss with each version. Managed to get it to work a few years ago with Fedora 8, and then it stopped working again for a while with subsequent upgrades.
With Fedora 18, I managed to get it to work again installing a couple of iscan-* packages, but with the upgrade to Fedora 19, only the iscan-firmware package was left, with no evidence of the other iscan package I thought I had installed.
A little bit of searching got me the packages I needed to install though.
- Install iscan-firmware and sane-backends from the Fedora repos
- Find the driver and software for your Epson unit at http://download.ebz.epson.net/dsc/search/01/search/searchModule. In my case I was looking for the Epson V200 Photo scanner software and downloaded these:
- Install in this order
The order of the last two packages (iscan and iscan-plugin-gt-f670) may not matter, but iscan-data needs to be installed before the other two. After that, I was able to scan again by running
iscan at a terminal window.