[sane-devel] no scanners found (leo s3 scsi-scanner)
Tue, 14 Jan 2003 23:17:30 +0100
On Tue, Jan 14, 2003 at 10:56:40PM +0100, axel dammers wrote:
> I am trying to make my old SCSI scanner Leo S3 work.
> "sane-find-scanner" (as root) say's:
> found SCSI scanner 2LEO LEOScan-S3 1.10" at /dev/scanner
> found SCSI scanner 2LEO LEOScan-S3 1.10" at /dev/sg0
Shouldn't this be a " instead of the 2?
> "scanimage -d leo:/dev/scanner" or "scanimage -d leo:/dev/sg0" say's
> (as root):
> scanimage: open of device leo failed: Invalid argument
Use "SANE_DEBUG_LEO=255 scanimage -L" to get debug output.
> I am using sane-1.0.9-1 with SuSE8.1. This sane-Version should
> supports the scanner.
> Permissions on /dev/sg0: 640
> Link: /dev/scanner -> /dev/sg0
> The contents of /etc/sane.d/leo.conf:
> scsi ACROSS * Scanner * * * 0
The Leo backend seems to expect the vendor id "ACCROSS" and no "LEO".
However in the source code, LEO is also detected, so it should work
with the second line.
> Why does scanimage not recognize my scanner and why can't I scan ?
If you can't find out by looking at the debug log, post it here.
> By the way, yast2 from SuSE-Linux don't know the LEO S3, only the
> LEO FS-1130.
Tell SuSE about that :-)
leo is listed in dll.conf?