Ryan sent me this off-list, and I wanted to point out the resources
that said that the 2200 might work with USB, in case someone knows
what they are referring to...
----- Forwarded message from Derek Martin <email@example.com> -----
> You'll have to use the scsi connector since USB and PARALLEL support does
> not exist (yet) in the umax driver. You should be able to get a cable
> from any computer store going from your host adapter (68-pin) to 25 pin.
Thanks... that's probably what I'll do, since it seems like it will be
a lot easier. But, there are two references on the SANE homepage to
the possibility of getting this working. One of them mentions another
UMAX scanner that someone got working via USB:
(see the bottom of the table where it mentions UMAX)
(see question 6.9)
These lead me to believe that someone, somewhere might know enough to
get this working. I don't mind buying a cable, but if the USB
interface can be made to work it's cheaper, less bulky, and I can use
it with my laptop without buying a pcmcia scsi card.
----- End forwarded message -----
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