> > 2) Limiting the buffer: Do you have any other SCSI devices ?
> Nope. Well, when I use it, I use ide-scsi for my CD writer, but
> that modules is normally (and at time of test) not even loaded.
> What's the influence of having other devices? I realize there's
> probably a better way to get things working, this was just what
> worked as a quick hack.
The microtek and consequently usb-scsi don't implement
scatter/gather. Thus the kernel gives out a smaller buffer.
I was under the impression that SANE detects that, unless
there is a SCSI host controller that implements
scatter/gather in addition to the scanner.
If that's not the case the issue is a lot more serious.
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