Did that - in fact those are the programs that I've been using all along.
There seems to be a difference between the two models. I've got the
firmware uploadable one, and have to upload it each time electricity
fails... Now I've put the upload in the rc.local file. All this works fine,
as does grayscale and line art scanning. The problem is color. I'm game
to try anything - I believe I tested most combinations possible, and some
I invented too ;-)
Thanks for the suggestion!
John (ON6JC and LW3HAZ)
On Mon, 25 Dec 2000 16:55:40 -0800 "Lawrence Glaister" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote/El dddd> http://sourceforge.net/projects/snapscan
> Hi John,
> you will need to get the latest snapscan backend from the link above.
> I have not built a version recently, but I have my snapscan 1212U working
> (most of the time) with sane 1.0.3. I think it is probably worth trying sane
> 1.0.4 that has just been released and the latest snapscan backend. This
> scanner still seems to need some tweaking... Its great to have another user
> who can help with testing, debugging and generally thrashing out problems
> with the backend. There are several other users on this list with the
> 1212U... there seem to be 2 versions, one that needs firmware downloads
> (known as the 1212u_2 and the older 1212u that seems to have rommed
> The guys on this list seem to be quite helpful getting things running, but
> it may take a few experiments.
> Hope this helps
> Lawrence Glaister VE7IT email: email@example.com
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> ----- Original Message -----
> From: John Coppens <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: SANE Development <email@example.com>
> Sent: Monday, December 25, 2000 11:32 AM
> Subject: A few questions
> > Hi...
> > A Merry Christmas where applicable!
> > I've been digging into making my Snapscan 1212U working. The normal
> > 1212U driver doesn't work, so I decided to try and find out why. Not a
> > too expert programmer in C and not having too much info on scanners
> > either, please pardon stupid questions...
> > To check if the data coming from the scanner made any sense, in scanner.c
> > I enabled RD_DATA_DUMP and made a minor change so the function would
> > dump all data instead of just 24 bytes. This works, but I seem to miss a
> > lot of info: for example, a preview in color produces about 5kB in dump,
> > while the image is really about 100kB long. Questions:
> > -Am I missing another read function I have to capture somewhere?
> > -Is the data compressed? (don't think so)
> > -Is there maybe an easier way to spy on USB?
> > John
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