* On 06-09-00 at 18:57 stef (email@example.com) wrote:
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> It seems linux 2.4 performs better IEEE 1284 identification than linux 2.2,
> but there is an other mean to find if that scanner uses the same ASIC than UMAX pp
> scanners. It is to see if a 'ppscan.vxd' as been installed in the \win9x\system
> Mine has strings like '3rd February 1998^@^@^@Version 1.02' and
> 'Shuttle Technology ^@Hannah Williams' in it.
> I will send you the URL for a win tool that does IEEE 1284 probe as soon as
> I can find it again.
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There is no ppscan*.* file on my windooze machine anywhere :(
I hope you can find the url to that program.
THX in advance!
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