Thanks for your help! I recently (last night) compiled the latest sane 1.0.5
which included sane-frontends-1.0.5 and sane-backends-1.0.5. I did a
./configure, make, and make install on both.
In greyscale, my ScanJet 6300C scans beautifully right up to 99% of the
document and then hangs for around 10 minutes. At that time it finishes and
converts the data (this is a new change from sane-1.0.4). (I was very excited
to see this! At least it works - but takes ten minutes per scan.)
Install the patch (snip)
> /* check for errors, but let the sense_handler decide.... */
> - if ( (req->sgdata.sg3.hdr.info && SG_INFO_CHECK != 0)
> + if ( (req->sgdata.sg3.hdr.info & SG_INFO_CHECK != 0)
> || (req->sgdata.sg3.hdr.sb_len_wr > 0 &&
> ((req->sgdata.sg3.sense_buffer & 0x7f) != 0)))
I checked the file for the patch and it seemed to already be there.
>Also if you know how to build a linux kernel module then you could try
> a new sg driver (version 3.1.19) found at:
> and tell me if that makes any difference.
I noticed that another person (on this mailing list) built a new kernel with
the new sg driver which did not resolve the 10 minute timing problem.
I have plenty of time and I am willing to rebuild the kernel or whatever.
I really appreciate your assistance.
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