I got the scanner working now, under kernels 2.2.16
and 2.4.0-test12. :) Thanks for your help.
It turns out I was not passing the correct parameters
to the onscsi module. The following command does the
trick: "insmod onscsi host0=0,0". It seems to work if
the parallel port mode is set to EPP or ECP in the
BIOS, but not SPP. In either case, I must explicitly
specify mode 0 (nybble). If I don't specify the mode,
I'll get about two dozen "Arbitration failure"
messages; if I specify a mode other than 0, I get the
error, "onscsi.o: init_module: no such device."
I'd be happy to answer any other questions about the
setup I'm using, if that's useful to anyone. Thanks
for your patience, and I apologize if this was a
BTW, there was nothing displayed when I did the "cat"
command on the autoprobe* files.
--- Tim Waugh <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Sun, Dec 17, 2000 at 03:32:41PM -0800, Karl
> Oberjohn wrote:
> > There are five files in the
> > /proc/sys/dev/parport/parport0 directory:
> > autoprobe0, autoprobe1, autoprobe2, and
> > They are all empty files (zero bytes in length).
> cat them.
> ATTACHMENT part 2 application/pgp-signature
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