On Sat, Jun 30, 2001 at 05:36:22PM +0200, Frantisek Hanzlik wrote:
> I have Mustek USB scanner "1200 USB Plus" type and I can't install it
> on Linux 2.4.5/RH 7.1 with SANE (v1.0.3 and CVS-2001-06-10) and
> generic USB scanner driver from kernel. I tried add option for driver
> "options scanner vendor=0x055f product=0x007", driver and dependent
> modules (scanner, usb-uhci, usbcore) are properly loaded and scanner
> is present in "/proc/bus/usb/devices".
So it's at least detected by the kernel driver.
> I add line "mustek_usb" to the file
> "/etc/sane.d/dll.conf" and created file "/etc/sane.d/mustek_usb.conf"
> containing lines "usb /dev/scanner" and " option connect-device".
As there is no backend called "mustek_usb" this won't have any effect.
There is no support for any Mustek USB scanner in SANE currently.
Where did you get these options?
> "/dev/scanner" is symbolic link to "/dev/usb/scanner0".
Don't do that. This will result in the SCSI scanner backends trying to
connect to a USB scanner ...
> But when i run scanimage with any option (eg "-L" or "-T"), system
> print (12 times) message "usb_control/bulk_msg: timeout" and then
> message "scanner.c: read_scanner(0): excessive NAK's received".
That's probably the result of the above link.
> P: Vendor=055f ProdID=0007 Rev= 1.00
Thanks for this data. I will add this scanner to
> Can any advise me with this problem? Is possible any debugging
> (it is probably unsupported scanner) or any other solution?
You can try the driver from Mustek (see the above web page for a link)
which was written for the Mustek 1200 UB. But I don't think it will
work for your scanner. I will look at this driver in the next weeks
but I can't promise anything.
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