abel deuring wrote:
> I am far away from understanding the driver, but I suspect that the "if
> (ata_cdbu[h] == 0x12)" clips the data size for the INQUIRY command to
> 0x24 bytes. A number of scanners, including Umax, return more data for
> this command. And the data clipped off by the atp870u driver might be
> essential for the Umax backend. (Oliver, correct me, if I'm wrong)
Hi Abel, hi Stephen
the inquiry of umax scanners is about 160 bytes.
I don`t know what the scsi-driver does.
The umax-backend sends its own inquiry commands
and expects that the scsi-driver does not cut the
inquiry length. If the driver does cut the lenfth
to less than about 180 bytes the umax backend may
get in trouble.
This has nothing to do with sane, it is a scsi driver
problem. I suggest to inform the author of the scsi driver
and/or to buy a good scsi controller card.
-- Homepage: http://www.wolfsburg.de/~rauch sane-umax: http://www.wolfsburg.de/~rauch/sane/sane-umax.html xsane: http://www.wolfsburg.de/~rauch/sane/sane-xsane.html E-Mail: mailto:Oliver.Rauch@Wolfsburg.DE
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