Douglas Gilbert wrote:
> Douglas Gilbert wrote:
> > Bob Jerrard wrote:
> > >
> > > In trying to get an HP ScanJet 4c operational on a new Mandrake 8.0
> > > Linux machine I have installed
> > >
> > > sane-1.0.4-2mdk
> > > sane-backends-1.0.4-2mdk
> > > libsane1-1.0.4-2mdk
> > > [snip, device lock up which didn't happen before ..]
> > Bob,
> > Looks like Mandrake 8.0 may not have picked up the patch for
> > SCSI command timeouts that has been in SANE CVS since January.
> > I'll download their source rpms and check.
> Responding to my own post ...
> After downloading Mandrake 8's SANE [1.0.4] source rpm I
> can confirm that it is the release tarball without
> patches. This means some SCSI scanners will timeout
> prematurely causing the above mentioned problems.
> [Some USB scanners that use the sg interface (e.g.
> Microtek) may also have this problem.]
> I reported this error to Linux-Mandrake but have
> received no acknowledgement. Mandrake users with
> support may like to report this error as well. Mandrake
> needs to issue a SANE (backend) rpm to fix this problem.
> As a work around Mandrake users might try to remove the
> Mandrake SANE rpms and install those from Redhat 7.1 .
> Another approach may be to wait for SANE 1.0.5 to be
You use sane-1.0.4-2mdk, there is a sane-1.0.4-3mdk did you look at the
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