Am Die, 10 Okt 2000 schrieben Sie:
> I have an HP ScanJet 3300 which I would like to get working with SANE. I
> am willing (though very time-constrained) to write a backend for it, but I
> am still in the collecting information phase. Here is what I have found
> out so far...
The backend is probably already there.
Does anyone know whether it is true that the 3300 uses the
same command set as the 5300 ?
If it is true, a backend exists.
> 1) HP has not been forthcoming with the technical documents, so it looks
> like a reverse-engineering job.
> 2) The scanner has 4 main chips on it.
> a) is 256k buffer.
> b) appears to be the main scanner control chip.
> c) is an 8bit A/D.
> d) appears to be the USB interface controller.
> a) EliteMT -25j
> b) NIASH00014
> c) NIPEDC0804
> d) ESIC
> 3) I have run USBsniff on the scanner under windows, but I don't know
> enough about the output to do much diagnosis on it yet. I'll look at it
> more later.
Please send me the trace and the scanner device descriptor.
> If anyone has some more information for me I would appreciate it. Thanks.
It has become possible on Saturday to use a 5300 under Linux.
An existing backend could be used once the kernel driver worked.
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