[sane-devel] UMAX backend with sanei_thread, Mac OS-X users please try, OS/2 users please try!
Tue, 13 Jan 2004 16:40:03 +0100
your problem has nothing to do with fork(), the backend does not reach to
the position where the reader_process is started, the problem already ooc=
[umax] scanner reserved
[umax] sending 3 * 256 bytes of gamma data for RGB
[umax] using gamma download curve format type 2
[umax] window descriptor block created with 82 bytes
[umax] window(s) set
[umax] starting scan
[umax] scanner reports Error during device I/O, waiting ...
[umax] scanner does not get ready
[umax] trying to release scanner ...
But to answer your other question at first: the scanner IS supported.
There are some possible reasons for the problem like
- bad scsi buffer size
- bad scsi driver
- bad scsi cables or termination
Please redo the test with
and please also take a look at the kernel log file if you find any
scsi errors there.
On Tuesday 13 January 2004 10:17, Randolph Fritz wrote:
> On Mon, Jan 12, 2004 at 09:00:16PM +0100, Oliver Rauch wrote:
> > I just replaced the fork() calls by sanei_thread_*() calls for the
> > sane-umax backend. I tested it wirk fork() and threads on
> > linux. This version is in the sane cvs now.
> "Failed to start scanner: Unknown SANE status code -1."
> Stops in the same place it always has. I am wondering if the Umax
> Vista-S6E SCSI scanner works with any recent version of SANE or if I
> have a really, really version of that model.
> MacOS 10.2.8. Debugging log attached.