> This is a standard operating procedure at least with Unix. It is
> perfectly legal to "unlink" an open file; this will remove the
> directory entry but to all intents and purposes the file is still
> there for all those who have openend it before the "unlink" happened.
I known that but in this case the file name should be not saved, no?
If you keep a filename it is to open it again (or create a new filename from
it), no? And the unlink should be in the last open.
but it was only a remark.
Is someone using the snapscan backend with a Agfa snapscan 1236S with success?
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