On Sun, Sep 10, 2000 at 10:53:08AM -0400, Dennis Veatch wrote:
> I have an Actown VM3520A connected to an NCR53c825 host adapter
> which identifies the scanner correctly upon boot.
> Running find-scanner -v shows the scanner as device /dev/scanner and
> /dev/sgb. However, running scanimage -L shows the following:
> device `v41:/dev/video' is a V4L BT848(Miro) virtual device.
> How do I change this to the scanner?
These are two different things. The SCSI driver and find-scanner just look
at the SCSI-bus and print out whatever they find (find-scanner looks only
for the device types "scanner" and "cpu"). That doesn't mean that your
device is supported by SANE.
The output from scanimage means that the backend "v4l" found a Miro video
card. This is not mentioned by find-scanner because it's not a SCSI-device.
By the way: You copied the output by hand (not by copy-and-paste), didn't
you? Or does the v4l backend really think its name is "v41"?
So your problem is that your scanner is not found. Maybe it just is not
supported by SANE, I don't know.
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