[sane-devel] HP 5300C works, but...
Francois van Doorneveld
Mon, 27 Jan 2003 16:33:41 +0100
I am using libsane-avision.so-2003-01-19-2147, which I got at one of the
The exact command I use with scanimage:
scanimage --format=TIFF --resolution 150 --speed 1 -l 0 -t 0 -x 200 -y
250 > image.TIFF
I've noticed that altering the l,t,xand y parameters have no influence
on the error I get. Same with the resolution.
I am now writing a small c program to fix the output TIFF for me, since
I couldn't make heads or tails out of the avision source. (I'm not the
Would be nice though if I could use the image directly, without having
to hexedit it.
Thanks in advance,
Rene Rebe wrote:
>Which SANE backend version are you using? Can you post the exact
>scanimage command here?
>Are you aware of possible updates at:
> - SANE/Avision homepage:
> - Sourcecode:
> - Patches:
> - Incremental patches:
> - Precompiled binary:
> - Possible mirror sites:
>On: Sun, 26 Jan 2003 22:25:31 +0100,
> Francois van Doorneveld <email@example.com> wrote:
>>I can use the HP 5300C with the avision backend with a small problem.
>>When I use either scanimage or XSane, the image generated has a header
>>which shows the width off by one pixel. (i.e. the image width is one too
>>The image looks a bit odd of course. I can fix it by hexeditting the
>>image header to be one less, but there must be an easier way to achieve
>>Any ideas? config options?
>>My system is a Redhat 8.0 machine with kernel 2.4.18-19.8.0
>>Thanks in advance
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