On Fri, Jun 01, 2001 at 11:33:04AM +0100, Charles Briscoe-Smith wrote:
> On Thu, May 31, 2001 at 10:02:45AM -0400, Chris Pinkham wrote:
> > Email me (not the list) a copy of the scanned image and I'll see if it
> > looks like anything I've encountered while writing the artec driver.
> Okay. It'd be easier to do this if the mailing list handler
> hadn't added a "Reply-To:" header to your message. (See
> cpbs@aragorn:~/tmp$ scanimage -L
> device `net:elrond:artec:/dev/sg6' is a ULTIMA AT12 flatbed
> cpbs@aragorn:~/tmp$ scanimage > image.ppm
> This took a very long time to complete, and after the scan was done,
> I had to kill scanimage.
> Elrond is running Debian 2.2 (the latest stable version), with sane
> version 1.0.1-1999-10-21-12 (the final -12 is the Debian revision number).
> The client is running Debian unstable with sane version 1.0.4-1.
> I'll mail the scan to you privately.
I've just discovered that this problem only occurs when scanning over
the network. If I ssh to elrond and run scanimage there, I can get a
decent scan (at least at up to 300 DPI). Did the sane network protocol
change incompatibly between versions 1.0.1 and 1.0.4? Or are there
known bugs with network scanning prior to version 1.0.4?
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