I know its a bit off topic, but i do have a question about twain compatibility:
a) i do have two statement on a scanner and its twain compatibility
-the one on the Hompage of the manufacturer which says taht the driver is
-the one i got from the local support, where i was told that the scanner is
twain-compatibel so each twin driver could be used to gain results
so my question is what schoud i rather believe: the first --> seeking
device wich is supported explecitly by (linux-sane,.....) or
the second satement --> bying it and beeing happy with it???
b) to solve a i looked on the wain page allready but i didn't find any
ecplicitly telling wether a device itselve must understand twain without a
driver, or if it is ony necessary that the driver it selve provides the
and the device is controlled by a completely different command language.
you tell me about it or at least where to read about it???
c) if there is a better place for getting answers to the above question. Don't
them just tell where to post or mail it to get the desired answers!!!!
-- To unsubscribe, send mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org --
-- with the single word "unsubscribe" in the body of the message. --
This archive was generated by hypermail 2b29 : Mon Mar 06 2000 - 07:36:08 EST