Linux production scanning interface v.1.0

I want to a system to replace to windows based Scanning system (high volume paper based)for the scan/store/retrival of documents A TOTAL UNIX SOLUTION!!!!documents to be saved into mysql, metadata and Image as blob into database

I want to a system to replace to windows based ...

 
  • Linux production scanning interface
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