[sane-devel] Re: Sane-devel digest, Vol 1 #107 - 8 msgs
Thu, 31 Oct 2002 20:34:18 +0100
we are using sane/xsane on mixed windows/linux ix86/sgi Indigo+Octane machines.
The scanner (umax powerlook III) is connected on an Indigo.
Scanning from Indigo local, network scanning from
Indigo+Octane+Linux-ix86+Windows-NT: no problems,
8 bits/sample and 16 bits/sample work.
Glenn Barry schrieb:
> > Thanks to everyone that answered my query about the saned daemon.
> To Clarify, my Indy only has an 8 bit graphics card, i.e 256 colours, not 8 bit as one would normally assume for
> each channel, 8 bits total.
> I have verified that the 16 bit scanning works fine running xsane locally, but not however over the network, I
> get all sorts of amazing colours something like the rainbow effects of oil on water. I don't scan a lot of film
> and negatives, which is best with 16 bit colour depth, but I will have to use the Indy in future when doing so,
> until the bug can be fixed.
> Just a note of thanks to both the Sane and XSane authors for some great software, it has given my Umax Astra
> 1220s a new lease on life.
> BTW if I don't use the -d switch then XSane on Win32 is unable to find a device, I am however not troubled by