> In Windows, the SCSI card is identified as a DTC 3181. I
> found some information about this card on the web, but no
> Linux documentation. I've also read the dtc README in the
> kernel sources.
I don't know about your scanner but the Mustek scanners come with some DTC
3181 variants, especially the 3181e, 3181l and 3181le. These cards are
supported by the g_NCR5380 driver, so a
"modprobe g_NCR5380 ncr_addr=0x280 dtc_3181e=1" (set the address
appropriately) may work with your card, too.
> Logically, I'd think that sg.o and dtc.o would have to be
> loaded, but with sg.o loaded, /proc/scsi/scsi says
> no attached devices. Doing modprobe dtc (after doing
> modprobe sg) fails with an init message "device or
> resource busy."
"device or resource busy" means "there was some problem with the card, but I
don't know which exactly". In most cases it's just the wrong driver.
> I've also seen mention of a program or shell script
> called find-scanner. Is this program included in the
> source download?
Yes, it's in the tools/ directory. But you may just do a cat /proc/scsi/scsi
for similar information. Both won't work without the right scsi driver,
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