[sane-devel] Problems in ARM (atmel) linux - Travelscan 662 (sane-plustek)
saravakr at cisco.com
Tue Nov 27 02:24:33 UTC 2007
Thanks for the patch. I will try this and let u know.
----- Original Message -----
From: m. allan noah
Sent: Mon, 11/26/2007 6:05pm
To: saravakr at cisco.com
Cc: sane-devel at lists.alioth.debian.org
Subject: Re: [sane-devel] Problems in ARM (atmel) linux - Travelscan 662 (sane-plustek)
sounds like somewhere there is an array of 3-byte R,G,B structs, which
will be padded on arm to 4 bytes. this problem was discovered by DAKA
and myself when building sane for the nslu2/openembedded platform. the
attached patch added some packing directives to correct the issue, but
this was sane 1.0.17, not current.
On 11/26/07, Saravana Krishnamurthy <saravakr at cisco.com> wrote:
> I'm trying to run sane in Atmel processor (9260). I was able to compile sane
> for arm using buildroot tools. In my development system (fedora 8)
> sane-plustek works perfectly with Travelscan 662 scanner. However,
> in the arm linux i'm encountering problem. Basically the scanner seems to
> work fine, sane is able to read registers, move the motor etc. I can scan
> the document, however the data is not correct. I get repeated FFF0
> I'm going through the code and trying to debug on my own.
> Any help is greatly appreciated.
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