[sane-devel] Protocol of Canon LiDE 600F

Pierre Willenbrock pierre at pirsoft.dnsalias.org
Fri Jan 18 22:30:40 UTC 2008

Jürgen Ernst schrieb:
> Pierre Willenbrock schrieb:
>> The LiDE 70 is a gl841 based scanner, and those are dumb scanners with
>> very few firmware.
> I am wondering. According to 
> http://www.sane-project.org/unsupported/canon-lide-70.html I found that 
> the output of sane-find-scanner didn't identify this scanner as GL841 
> based. How did you find this?
> Canon LiDE 600F has only 2 endpoints.
> Canon LiDE 70 has also only 2 endpoints.

Sorry, confused it with the LiDE 90, which was the orignal subject of
this thread.

> So I wanted to read a usb log to check if the protocol is the same.
> Canon LiDE 35 uses 3 endpoints. So it's different.
>> A log of my gl841 based Canon LiDE 35 can be found here:
>> http://pirsoft-dsl-dropzone.de/usbsnoop.log.bz2
> Your log shows many URB_FUNCTION_VENDOR_DEVICE lines.
> Canon LiDE 600F doesn't use any vendor device function.
> As far as I know...
> This means I can't find any in my log.
> Canon LiDE 35 has definitely not the same protocol.
> If you want to check yourself my logs, have a look at
> http://www.juergen-ernst.de/info_sane.html


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