[sane-devel] Backend for plustek Opticbook 3600

Chris Berry s0457957 at sms.ed.ac.uk
Wed Dec 9 01:48:52 UTC 2009

Hey Stef, the script you forwarded to me (decode-pl.sh) seems to be 
reliant on some .awk files (filtre.awk, swap.awk and refait.awk). I had 
a quick look online but could not find them, is there any chance you 
could send them to me :)


On 12/07/2009 08:24 PM, stef wrote:
> Le lundi 7 décembre 2009 19:30:15 Chris Berry, vous avez écrit :
>> Ok I have managed to use SniffUSB to extract some data during the
>> calibration and preview stages, there is too much to post here but im
>> not sure how to interpret it. I have tried usb-robot but am struggling
>> to get it working (it tells me there is a problem finding libusb header
>> which is installed?). Any advice of where to go from here would be great :)
>> Thanks
>> Chris
>   	Hello,
> 	once you have the usb log, you can parse it with the appended scripts (from
> Pierre Willenbrock). You can then compare the processed output with the debug
> output of scanimage ran with full debug.
> 	A starting point is to add the USB ids in genesys.conf.in, then add a model
> description in genesys_devices.c . Cloning the Lide 35 entry seems to be a
> sensible start. Then you'll have to set the flags to the same values than the
> HP2400 entry so that the backend doesn't try to do calibration and does an
> uncalibrated scan. With a script like the attached 'run-genesys' (to be put in
> backend subdir) you can try the code you have just compiled without installing
> it system-wide
> Regards,
> 	Stef

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