marcel pol (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mon, 14 Feb 2000 23:42:03 -0000 (/etc/localtime
On 13-Feb-00 Rene' Seindal wrote:
> I have tried to use sane with it, but until now without success. Below
> here is a description of what I have done. If somebody has succeeded in
> getting such a scanner to work, I would like to know about it. Also I
> have made serious mistakes in the procedure.
What I know about it is that when you give the command sgcheck or the command
find-scanner, and in the output it lists your scanner, then you can say that
the kernel recognizes the scanner.
> Then scanimage fails too, because the device is not there.
Questions about sane you can better ask at the sane mailing list at
http://www.mostang.com/sane. It gives more chance of succes, the programmers of
the backends can then answer the question.
># SANE_DEBUG_DLL=7 scanimage
You can better say something like this;
(for sh and bash shell);
For the csh shell you should use the setenv command (read the manpage)
Most important is the entire "Scanner Inquiry Block".
I don't know about the microtek2 backend, read the manual page.
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