> xsane thinks for a while and then says 'no devices available'. I'm
> beginning to think that it might be because I have SCSI emulation
> running in order to use my IDE CD writer under Linux, because when I try
> and find the scanner, sg0 is reported as a CD-drive (so is sga). Am I
> going to have to turn SCSI emulation off?? I tried searching on
> /dev/usbscanner but that didn't get anywhere.
SCSI emulation is the problem. Disable it and I bet it will work.
IMHO: SCSI emulation is an idea that should have been
dismissed... The thought of such a beastly module on one of my
systems is repulsive: It lacks eloquence.
M. Peck Dickens
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