On Fri, Jun 08, 2001 at 04:17:16AM +0200, Franz Bakan wrote:
> If I run scanimage -L or xscanimage/xcam the temporary file created
> is not deleted after execution
> [sanei_scsi] sanei_scsi_open: device name /dev/scanner is not valid
> is the last output from sanei_scsi.c (line 865)
> Therefore i assume that close_aspi() is not executed and unlink()
> never reached.
I don't thin that this is the reason because if this error message is
printed, open_aspi isn't called and the temporary file isn't created.
Maybe a backend uses sanei_scsi_open but forgets the sanei_scsi_close
somewhere? However I couldn't locate this in any backend but I didn't
search very intensive.
Maybe you can find the problem by adding DBGs to open_aspi and
close_aspi and locate the place where open_aspi is called but not
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