m. allan noah
kitno455 at gmail.com
Thu Sep 25 12:31:39 UTC 2008
well, see the 'contributing' page on our site, there are some
references there, but in a nutshell:
(assuming the machine is USB)
1. get the output of lsusb -v with it plugged it
2. open it and get chip numbers if you are brave
3. install the pcausa sniffer and get a trace of a very small scan in
windows, then post that up where folks here can download it and
inspect. we will see if anyone recognizes it.
On Thu, Sep 25, 2008 at 8:20 AM, Luiz Alberto Saba <las at transauto.com.br> wrote:
> Well... I'm the one! ;-)
> I'm not a developer but if someone tells me what is needed, certainly I can
> provide. I'm the no so happy owner of an Okidata C3530 MFP.
> Just let me know what is neccessary.
> Luiz Alberto Saba
> I don't recall hearing of any such plans. there is a small possibility
> that it is similar to an existing scanner, and could be supported
> easily. there is a much larger chance that it would be a major
> undertaking. i dont think we will know which until someone buys one
> and gets a packet dump of the device in action.
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