inetd.conf and services look ok.
On Wed, Oct 25, 2000 at 02:02:20PM -0600, SoloCDM wrote:
> I made a soft link for /dev/scanner to /dev/sga and changed the bits
> to 660 for /dev/sga and /dev/sge.
> I entered the following lines in /etc/sane.d/mustek.conf as the second
> scanner option:
> option linedistance-fix
> option lineart-fix # lineart may be faster with this
> option off.
You mean after the scsi MUSTEK ... entries? Or is this the only entry?
I don't understand your configuration. Is your scanner connected to /dev/sga
or /dev/sge? /dev/sge means that you have at least 4 other SCSI devices.
> I ran xscanimage and the following occurred.
If you run xscanimage like this:
you can see excactly what the Mustek backend does and which devices it
connects to and why (linenumber of mustek.conf).
> kernel: parport0: PC-style at 0x378 [SPP,PS2]
> kernel: parport0: no IEEE-1284 device present.
> kernel: ppa: Version 2.03 (for Linux 2.2.x)
> kernel: ppa: Found device at ID 6, Attempting to use EPP 32 bit
> kernel: ppa: Found device at ID 6, Attempting to use PS/2
> kernel: ppa: Communication established with ID 6 using PS/2
> kernel: scsi0 : Iomega VPI0 (ppa) interface
> kernel: scsi : 1 host.
> kernel: Vendor: IOMEGA Model: ZIP 100 Rev: J.03
> kernel: Type: Direct-Access ANSI SCSI
> revision: 02 kernel: Detected scsi removable disk sda at scsi0,
> channel 0, id 6, lun 0 kernel: sda : READ CAPACITY failed.
> kernel: sda : status = 0, message = 00, host = 0, driver = 28
> kernel: sda : extended sense code = 2
> kernel: sda : block size assumed to be 512 bytes, disk size 1GB.
> kernel: sda:scsidisk I/O error: dev 08:00, sector 0
> kernel: unable to read partition table
Probably the "scsi MUSTEK ..." entries activated your zip. With these
entries all sg* devices are scanned for Mustek scanners. If you don't like
this remove the scsi entries in mustek.conf and use only /dev/scanner. But
maybe I didn't understand the problem ... Could you send the result of "cat
> I do have a parallel port Iomega drive, which I haven't attempted to
> access yet (obviously xscanimage did).
Yes, without accessing it can't know if it's a scanner or other device.
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