On Sat, 9 Jun 2001 12:41:30 +0200, Henning Meier-Geinitz wrote:
>> >What's the problem in snapscan?
>> There is no sys/sem.h on OS/2
>I have changed configure.in to test for sys/sem.h and disable snapscan
>if it's not present.
Did not work here.
Configure checks for sys/sem.h, and doesn't find it,
but SnapScan is not disabled.
Here's the output from configure:
loading cache ./config.cache
enabling DC210/DC240 backends
disabling PINT backend
enabling QuickCam backend
disabling Video4Linux backend
disabling NET backend
disabling SM3600 backend
enabling SnapScan backend
>Does umax_pp work with os/2 meanwhile?
It builds with one minor modification:
umax_pp_low.c: In function `Outb':
umax_pp_low.c:651: void value not ignored as it ought to be
After removing '& 0xFF' from the end of this line it compiles.
(I allready sent a mail to Stéphane Voltz)
Don't know if it works because I don't have
a umax_pp scanner.
Here is the output (2) from scanimage -L
[umax_pp_low] EPPRegisterRead, found 0xFF expected 0xC7
[umax_pp_low] Error! expected STATUS=0x38, found 0x7F!
[umax_pp_low] SendWord610P failed, expected tmp=0xC8 , found 0x7F
[umax_pp_low] SendWord(zero) failed (umax_pp_low.c:3369)
[umax_pp_mid] sanei_umax_pp_InitTransport() failed
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