There something wrong! I installed a virgin system of Mandrake 7.0,
deinstalled the sane package provided by Mandrake and downloaded the
files snapscan-28102000_tar.gz of the backend and sane-1.0.3_tar.gz.
Then I followed the instructions in the documentation. When I then try
to invoke xscanimage, the command doesn't exist on the file system. What
is the problem?
So, I couldn't get to the point of trying out the patch.
Sébastien Sablé schrieb:
> Timo Hoderlein <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > But when I try to scan color pictures, I only get final results of
> > pictures of the size of CD covers and the scanning works only up to a
> > resolution of 75 dpi. The result, though, is worthless because the parts
> > of the picture are disarranged and displaced and the colors are not like
> > the original and blurred. At a depth of 100 dpi and higher, the scanner
> > moves through the whole area, but the frontend does not receive RGB-data
> > ("no green status bar").
> I had the same problems with my scanner, but corrected them thanks to
> a few changes in snapscan. I made the same changes for your model
> (SNAPSCAN310) in this version of the backend:
> You can read documentation on how to use this here:
> If this doesn't work, could you please try:
> export SANE_DEBUG_SNAPSCAN=1
> before scanning to see which model is detected.
> If this works, please let me know so we can add it in snapscan.
> > possibility to scan with a resolution of more than 300 dpi.
> Your scanner probably can't go that high.
> Sébastien Sablé
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