[sane-devel] epson 1250u vs 45-TEST5
Sun, 5 Jan 2003 15:46:59 -0500
On Sunday 05 January 2003 15:13, Henning Meier-Geinitz wrote:
>On Sun, Jan 05, 2003 at 02:48:18PM -0500, Gene Heskett wrote:
>> Trying out the bt848 option, it captured a blank, 18% grey
>> screen. (theres no antenna feed to the card at the moment so it
>> should have been snow, but what do I know, I'm just a broadcast
>> tv engineer).
>Usually it's necessary to set up the v4l card by using e.g. xawtv
>before using it with a SANE frontend.
Thats saying xawtv has to be running I take it?
>> Then trying the epson gt-7200 (or was the 6800?) it still worked
>> at least in preview mode.
>That's with the epson kowa backend? The SANE epson backend does
> not support your scanner as far as I know.
Thats correct. I cannot get the whole thing to build, but the
libraries do, and a make install after the make fails will install
them, and they then do work with xsane/sane very nicely!
>> read:Jan 5 14:37:24 coyote kernel: scanner.c: open_scanner(1):
>> Unable to access minor data
>That one is ok, you can ignore it.
>> Jan 5 14:37:24 coyote kernel: Device not ready. Make sure
>> there is a disc in the drive. Jan 5 14:37:24 coyote kernel:
>> VFS: busy inodes on changed media. Jan 5 14:37:24 coyote
>> kernel: sda : READ CAPACITY failed. Jan 5 14:37:24 coyote
>> kernel: sda : status = 1, message = 00, host > = 0, driver = 08
>> Jan 5 14:37:24 coyote kernel: Info fld=0xa00 (nonstd), Current
>> sd00:00: sns = 70 2 Jan 5 14:37:24 coyote kernel: Raw sense
>> data:0x70 0x00 0x02 0x00 0x00 0x0a 0x00 0x00 Jan 5 14:37:24
>> coyote kernel: sda : block size assumed to be 512 bytes, disk
>> size 1GB. Jan 5 14:37:24 coyote kernel: sda: I/O error: dev
>> 08:00, sector 0 Jan 5 14:37:24 coyote kernel: I/O error: dev
>> 08:00, sector 0 Jan 5 14:37:24 coyote kernel: unable to read
>> partition table
>Huh? This doesn't look good. You don't have a link /dev/scanner
>pointing to a SCSi drive? Anyway, the error looks suspicious.
Not to my knowledge. The only link involving /dev/sda is a link
from /dev/camera to /dev/sda1, made because my camera, an Olympus
C-3020, is a vfat file system once the usb cable is plugged in and
usbfilesystem is loaded. I finally built it into the kernel cause
I kept forgetting to load it, with me beating my head trying to
figure out why it doesn't work this time when it just did last
week. "Senior moments" you know.
>I have no idea about the other stuff.
Maybe somebody has run into it before and will check in.
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