[sane-devel] Canon imageCLASS MF4370dn
nicolas0martin at gmail.com
Mon Oct 19 21:13:34 UTC 2009
Le dimanche 18 octobre 2009 à 20:34 -0700, Adrian Sandor a écrit :
> Well, you didn't say how.
You didn't ask for help ;-)
> Fortunately I found some instructions at
That is the link I would have recommended ! (and sorry for the
approximative English I use, hope you got through it easily !)
> So I installed the latest git version, and.. I confirm that I am able
> to scan via USB!
Good news !
> Specifically, scanimage -L detects the device, then in order to scan,
> first I have to press the "scan" button twice on the device to 1) put
> it in scanning mode and 2) select usb scanning, then I am able to scan
> e.g. from gimp via xsane.
> If I don't press the "scan" button like that, I just get an error
> message "Error during read: Device busy."
That's a very odd behavior, first Pixma that I hear to require this.
No need to do that with the Windows driver ?
> There's also a "Button-controlled scan" option that requires me to
> press a button both in the software and on the device to start
> scanning; it works but I don't find it very useful.
Yes, as you describe it, you need to have some action on the scanner
itself, so useless here, but very useful for many other Pixma devices,
which do not require this particular manual handling.
> However, I can't find any way to access the scanner over the network.
> That's ok for now because I am the main user and the device is right
> near my computer, but in the future it would be nice to have the
Wondering whether this could be linked to the special handling you're
describing above. You say that you are selecting "usb scanning". So is
there a way to select also "network scanning" ?
> From: Nicolas Martin <nicolas0martin at gmail.com>
> To: Adrian Sandor <aditsu at yahoo.com>
> Cc: sane-devel <sane-devel at lists.alioth.debian.org>
> Sent: Mon, October 19, 2009 4:13:14 AM
> Subject: Re: [sane-devel] Canon imageCLASS MF4370dn
> Commit is already done for MF4370/MF4380 (both have same pid) so you
> give a try with the latest git.
> Try first with usb to check if the scanner works, then with network,
> let us know.
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