[sane-devel] Canon mf3110 and CanoScan 4400f
nicolas0martin at gmail.com
Thu Aug 27 19:23:06 UTC 2009
So it turns out that MF3110 does not use exactly the same Pixma protocol
as other ImageClass devices.
In order to go further into analysis, could you get a USB Snoop trace
using SnoopyPro on Windows: You can record a log trace using
SnoopyPro.exe, that you can download from sourceforge.net:
Read instructions on SnoopyPro.exe, then try to record a scan session.
=> Select the device corresponding to the scanner, using its USB address
There will be ~4 devices holding this address.
The scanner should be the one indicated by: "MF3110 ser"
You can recognize that it's the correct one, if you look at the frame
counter in SnoopyPro, it should increment only when MF3110 is scanning.
This is important ... in order to avoid having huge log files filled up
with useless data!
Also, choose a **small** area to scan, otherwise, there will be huge
amount of data.
Then, Save As ... the file (in menu), zip the log and send it back to
Le jeudi 27 août 2009 à 19:46 +0300, Aleksandr Charkov a écrit :
> here is zipped log file.
> Nicolas Martin wrote:
> > mf3110 is declared in the pixma backend, as an ImageClass device, so
> > running this protocol. But it has never been tested yet.
> > In order to see if this is the adequate pixma protocol to use for this
> > device, could you first send a log trace using the following commands:
> > $ export SANE_DEBUG_PIXMA=11
> > $ scanimage -T 2> someLogfile
> > Zip and send back the someLogfile you'll get.
> > Nicolas
> > Le mardi 25 août 2009 à 16:00 +0300, Aleksandr Charkov a écrit :
> >> Hi all,
> >> I have two scanners, mf3110 and 4400f and computer with Debian. So I
> >> know that 4400f unsupported and i tested it, it's true.
> >> I tested mf3110 scanner quickly and it's scanning, but it didn't
> >> transfer scanned data to hard disk (it showing something about i/o error).
> >> So I want to collaborate with sane developers to improve this two
> >> scanners, if you of course give me useful information.
> >> Thank you!
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