Henning Meier-Geinitz wrote:
> I didn't even know that the 3191 is supported by Linux. Which driver did you
> use? Probably this driver is 2.4 only, isn't it?
This is 2.4 only indeed. There is an option for the dmx3191d in the
kernel configuration. I tried to port the driver back to 2.2, but was
not very successfull so far. The driver is based on the generic NCR5380
driver, and I red something about people who got the dmx3191d working on
2.2 with the g_NCR5380 driver. The new dmx3191d driver allocates an irq,
so there it should use an irq...
> For the older (non-PCI) SCSI adapters from Mustek interrupt was not
> supported by the Linux driver. However, it is possible to turn on usleeps in
> the driver to get better interactive performance. I don't know if something
> like this works for the 3191, too. Some information about this is on my web
> page (http://hmg.home.pages.de/sane/trouble.html).
> I don't know the second SCSI adapter. (st0x)
Itīs very old. I think I found it in some old xt... works fine, though.
> You may do "export SANE_DEBUG_MUSTEK=5" and after that "scanimage -L". Look
> for the firmware version number. If this is anything other than 1.00 or 1.01
> please send me the full debug output.
It says v1.01, so you probably know that one.
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