On Wed, 13 Jun 2001, Simon Krix wrote:
> Brilliant, you're a genius. Well, maybe not since you just broke your
Well, I managed to get the glass back on OK, and used the glue marks to
line it up. Fortunately the glue stuck back on fairly well when I pressed
it. I'd write a HOWTO for dismantling the scanner if I thought it might be
any use. ;-)
> But, what this means is that you can use the protocol that I have
> already worked out to support 630U (and 330U as well). All you need to do
> is figure out how to use that GL640 chip. Hopefully it will be a simple
> encapsulating thing.
Hopefully, though the GL640 docs show that the chip has at least 3 FIFOs,
a microprocessor, and a partridge in a pear tree (as a friend of mine put
it). Perhaps I should post to linux-usb-devel in case someone there knows
more about the chip.
I've yet to develop the photographs, but I've made a nice ASCII art
diagram of the PCB with all the ICs labelled, plus some text printed on
the board. You can view this at:
Right, now I'll have a look at the FB630P code!
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