[sane-devel] umax 2200 scsi no go under SuSE-8.2
Wed, 25 Jun 2003 22:03:25 +0200
Just wondered if Oliver was still around who I think wrote the backend.
As an iterim solution, I've gone back to SuSE 8.1 on the client where the
scanner is and all is well. I'd just like all our clients to have the same OS
for system consitency.
Is there anyone from SuSE still on this list who could help me get the scanner
going under 8.2?
Thanks for your time and sorry to be such a pain as usual.
On Wednesday 25 June 2003 20:11, Henning Meier-Geinitz wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 25, 2003 at 06:34:17PM +0200, fsanta wrote:
> > Could you tell me how to do that?
> To do what? Hint: If you quote the text you are referring to it's
> easier to understand what you mean? :-)
> I don't have your scanner or your card so I don't have personal
> experiences with this combination. But the "synchronous tranfer" SCSI
> feature seems to make trouble with many older SCSI scanners. And your
> kernel complains about it so it may be worth a try. Check the
> documentation in the Linux source code. Which SCSI driver do you use
> for the 2904?
> > the scsi card is a very basic 2904 which Oliver added to the database
> > of usable cards way back years ago. The scsi terminator plug is
> > missing on the scanner. Could it have anything to do with that? I
> > can't test it as I haven't got an scsi terminator plug.
> As I said, I don't have experience with that combination, but my
> scanners work without a terminator. At least if you have only one
> device on the SCSI bus.
> > We removed it
> > under 8.1 to produce acceptable scans. It was of very poor quality with.
> If adding/removing the terminator changes the quality of the scan
> something is completely broken. A wrong termination can lead to SCSI
> errors but I haven't heard about an influence on image quality. That
> would mean only the data is corrupted, not the commands and the SCSI
> system doesn't detect that (parity?).
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