On Sun, 31 Dec 2000, Henning Meier-Geinitz wrote:
> I started looking at the Mustek Bearpaw 1200, which has a LM9831.
> You know http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Mouse/5403/ ?
> If you have questions, you can try to ask the chip developers directly.
> Maybe you can get the development software this way.
yes, unfortunately there was no dev software there (broken link).
i did email the contact listed, but i don't expect a reply until the new
year. i was looking in the sane-devel list archive and saw a mail from
someone else at national as well. has anyone kept in touch with this
> That's right. This is the information for the 9831:
> Byte 0: read (1) or write (0). Use incremental write/read: add 2.
good to know i managed to figure this out :D
> I'm interested. Do you want to write a backend? Otherwise I will start
> to write one for the Mustek Bearpaw soon.
i wrote a program which did what i saw being done in the snoop'ed
windows driver, but it didn't seem to do much. (it did return the
expected values though). i suspect i missed some small but important
detail. have you gotten any further?
if you want to write the backend feel free (especially if you've
had experience doing sane backends); this isn't high on my list
unfortunately. i will be willing to help code and test though.
anyway, thanks for the reply, hopefully we can get something
working before too long.
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