Re: Is my Artec AT12 broken?

From: Charles Briscoe-Smith (
Date: Fri Jun 01 2001 - 03:33:04 PDT

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    On Thu, May 31, 2001 at 10:02:45AM -0400, Chris Pinkham wrote:
    > Email me (not the list) a copy of the scanned image and I'll see if it
    > looks like anything I've encountered while writing the artec driver.

    Okay. It'd be easier to do this if the mailing list handler
    hadn't added a "Reply-To:" header to your message. (See

    cpbs@aragorn:~/tmp$ scanimage -L
    device `net:elrond:artec:/dev/sg6' is a ULTIMA AT12 flatbed
    cpbs@aragorn:~/tmp$ scanimage > image.ppm

    This took a very long time to complete, and after the scan was done,
    I had to kill scanimage.

    Elrond is running Debian 2.2 (the latest stable version), with sane
    version 1.0.1-1999-10-21-12 (the final -12 is the Debian revision number).
    The client is running Debian unstable with sane version 1.0.4-1.

    I'll mail the scan to you privately.


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