> Hallo all,
> i have kernel 2.4 latest ,scanner : Microtek X6 USB and backend 1.0.4..
> The driver of USB and Scanner are in the kernel.
> It seems like a failure of SG-Module in the Kernel,it is newer and not compatible.
> If i start scanimage ( scanimage -d microtek2:/dev/sg1 ) with debug comes this :
> [microtek2] attach: device='/dev/sg1'
> [microtek2] scsi_inquiry: mi=0x806bc14, device='/dev/sg1'
> [microtek2] scsi_inquiry: 'Out of memory'
> [microtek2] attach: 'Out of memory'
> scanimage: open of device microtek2:/dev/sg1 failed: Out of memory
> [microtek2] sane_exit:
> [microtek2] sane_get_devices: local_only=0
> [microtek2] sane_get_devices: sd_list_freed
> [microtek2] sane_exit: MICROTEK2 says goodbye.
> What can i do now to get work this ?
try to set the environment variable SANE_SG_BUFFERSIZE to 32768. AFAIK,
the USB/SCSI converter cannot handle larger buffer sizes.
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