> Well, I haven't tried it too often, but in most, not all, cases it locks up.
So it sounds this is a timing-related problem. I have an old 486DX/33 attached
to the scanner, so maybe it is slow enough most of the time ;-).
> >Moreover please note, that -l,-t,-x,-y might be ignored because the mode-set
> >command might override these values.
> They actually seem to be accepted, but that shouldn't change the result anyway.
Well - they are accepted, but in my case, they are ignored and the whole area
is scanned when it works. This is a "known feature".
> Does it still lock up when you change the mode to Gray?
Haven't seen that happen. Maybe it does, too, but it is quite infrequent, then.
> Here, it still does, but not that often (much less often, indeed).
> How big is your SCSI buffer?
32K. Unchanged, standard kernel.
> Where does the scanner stop? (ruler on the scanner)
At 0. The scanner does its "calibration move" and that's it.
> I don't have any idea what could be the problem.
I suppose some timing problem ...
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