A few (possibly) hints...
I've been checking the debug log and found a few strange things.
- Says buffer is size = 31725 bytes, 55 lines. At 1269 bytes/lines this
can't be (should be 25). I checked the source code and found:
"%s: effective buffer size = %lu bytes, %lu lines\n",
(u_long) (pss->buf_sz ? pss->buf_sz / pss->lines : 0));
I suppose this should be / pss->bytes_per_line
- A bit before that, it says : set_window: bits-per-pixel set to 30
How can this result in 3 bytes/pixel afterwards? I couldn't find
how the extra 2 bits (*3) are sent... Are they packed in another block?
- The 'sleep' button doesn't work after using xsane... The light does
switch off after some 10-15 mins.
- Changing the buffer size gives a Segmentation error (when scanning
fullsize. Preview works though). Tested size was 33000.
On Tue, 19 Dec 2000 12:36:03 -0500 email@example.com wrote/El dddd> Have you downloaded and installed the snapscan driver from
> sourceforge? It corrects a few known color-scanning issues.
> Also, you might try changing the snapscan.h file to different
> types of scanners for your 1212U (ie, tell its a SNAPSCAN300
> or a SNAPSCAN600 or a PRISA640, etc).
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