[sane-devel] Canon imageCLASS MF4370dn

Nicolas Martin nicolas0martin at gmail.com
Thu Oct 22 19:33:21 UTC 2009

Le mercredi 21 octobre 2009 à 22:04 -0700, Adrian Sandor a écrit :
> Yes, and more than that, if the device is in power-saving mode, I have to press another button to wake it up first, then put it in scanning mode.
> And if I let it sit idle after scanning, it goes to copy mode after a while, and later to power-saving mode.
Now need check if you get a similar behavior under Windows. 
In such case, would require a usb snoop and network log on Windows, to
check for protocol differences with pixma backend.
> > Note that to scan several pages in "button-controlled" mode, when in
> > front of the device, select first several pages to scan in xsane. 
> > Then click "scan" on xsane *only* for the first page. 
> > After, just use the scanner button to scan the next page.
> > xsane will stop the scan mode when the count of pages you set is reach.
> > (or click on cancel).
> That doesn't work for me. I selected "Button-controlled scan" and 2 pages, but after scanning one page, xsane stops waiting and I have to click again.
> I also tried that earlier without "Button-controlled scan" but using the ADF - still only one page scanned for every click on "scan".
So that would require to take log trace with xsane:

$ export SANE_DEBUG_PIXMA=11
$ xsane 2> Somelogfile

perform a 2 pages / Button controlled scans in xsane, then close xsane,
zip the Somelogfile you get, and send it back to me.


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