On Thursday 14 June 2001 23:33, you wrote:
> This looks like a problem with your SCSI system, the backend receives
> invalid data. Did you change anything on your SCSI bus when you
> updated from SuSE 7.0 to 7.1?
Well, during installation I had some trouble with my video card (after
inserting an ethernet card) because of irq conflicts and changed the order
of the pci-cards. Finally I deselected usb support in my bios (which is no
problem for me). But I'm not shure whether this is the cause of my problems
with sane. The second scsi device, a cd-r writer, is working correctly. So
SCSI seams to be o.k. Or is it possible, that only the scanner is affected
while the cd-r writer works fine?
One more change I forgot to mention: I am using win4lin, that means I have a
patched kernel. But I tried also booting with the SuSE standard kernel
(2.2.19 I think) an get the same results.
> Is the /dev/sg0 device read and writable by normal users? Does
> scanimage work as root?
Yes, sg0 ist read and writable. (Also user is member of group "disk".) No, it
doesn't work as root.
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