Re: [sane-devel] Xsane Win32 and adf
Thu, 13 Feb 2003 20:48:56 +0100
Thursday, February 13, 2003, 5:56:17 PM, you wrote:
HMG> On Thu, Feb 13, 2003 at 05:10:13PM +0100, Holger Drefs wrote:
>> I started the sane thing to access an hp scanjet IIp over the network
>> for batch scanning of text documents.
>> Unfortunately I could find out now, that on two W2K Workstations Xsane
>> crashes on the second page coming from adf and on an NT4 Workstation
>> crashes after 5th page lineart at 200dpi.
HMG> Does it also happen if you run XSane on the server? Does it happen if
HMG> you run XSane on Unix on a client?
Server is not capable of running XSane. There is no Unix client.
HMG> Does it also happen if you scan multiple pages without the ADF? Does
HMG> it happen if you don't use batch mode?
On W2k-machine 1.5 pages are proceeded instead of 1, after that XSane
On NT4-machine 3 pages are proceeded instead of 2, after that XSane is
endless receiving gray data.
HMG> Which version of xsane? Which version of sane-backends?
XSane Win32 0.90, backend 1.0.8
>> Do you know that behaviour? Is that something related to my systems or
>> to Xsane?
>> Could it happen that XSane is very sensitive to other tcp/ip traffic
>> beside the scanning traffic, which means if there is other activity it
>> likes to say good bye?
HMG> I have no experience with the Windows version but the Linux XSane (or
HMG> to be more exact: sane-net + saned) don't seem to be influenced by
HMG> other traffic. Well, scanning will be slower, but nothing else.
hm, I should use a Linux as well.