On Thu, Dec 07, 2000 at 01:02:12PM +0100, Georg Schmidt wrote:
> I have an old Mustek Paragon MFS-600CX (3-pass) which worked great
> for years with SuSE Linux 5.0-6.1 and sane. Now I stupidly decided
> to upgrade (i.e. new install) to SuSE Linux 7.0 which comes with
> kernel 2.2.16 and sane 1.0.2.
Please get a current version of SANE. 1.0.3 is the current stable
version, 1.0.4 will be released in about two weeks. If I remember
correctly, there was a bug concerning 3-pass scanners in xscanimage.
Quite some bugfixes for the Mustek backend went into SAANE 1.0.3.
You can get the source code from http://www.mostang.com/sane/ .
The Mustek backend homepage is at http://hmgt.home.pages.de/sane/.
Are you sure that this scanner is called 600CX? I have only seen a
MSF-6000 CX until now. When you have installed the new SANE, please
send to me the result (dbg.out) of
SANE_DEBUG_MUSTEK=255 scanimage -L 2>dbg.out
> Up to now, I used the scanner with the primitive NCR53c400 controller
> which was shipped with it. When I found some timeout warings from
> this card in the logfiles, I suspected some low-level SCSI problem
> with the new kernel and repaced the card by an Adaptec AHA-1510.
> But this changed noting on the behaviour of the scanner.
Maybe the timeout values are lower with 2.4.x. I think I have seen
similar problems but haven't look to closely at this until now.
> I know, one solution would be to throw away the scanner and buy a
> new one, but sice it has been serving me for years and it has a
> larger scanarea compared to the new models I still like it and would
> be very happy if it would be possible to convince it to
> work again properly.
My 6000CX works quite fine for me.
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