[sane-devel] Mustek ScanExpress A3 USB 1200 PRO
scar at drigon.com
Tue Mar 23 07:13:18 UTC 2010
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Gernot Hassenpflug @ 03/22/2010 09:07 PM:
> On Tue, Mar 23, 2010 at 12:49 PM, scar <scar at drigon.com> wrote:
>> Gernot Hassenpflug @ 03/22/2010 07:42 PM:
>>> See if as root you can get a result from:
>>> scanimage -L
>> even as root, it doesn't detect any scanners.
>> sane-find-scanner does detect it though:
>> found USB scanner (vendor=0x055f [Hewlett-Packard. ],
>> product=0x040b [USB2.0 Scanner ], chip=SQ113) at libusb:001:009
> Yes, in order for the backend to detect it you would need to register
> the Vendor ID and Product ID with that backend, if I understand
> correctly. That means editing the recommended backend code (preferably
> in a CVS version of SANE) and recompiling it (goes into /usr/local so
> no interference with system SANE). Then scanimage -L should find the
> scanner with whatever backend the Vid/Pid was registered with, and try
> to work with it.
from what i've read, i just need to add a line like 'usb 0x055f 0x040b'
to the configuration file.
i already have a bunch of config files in /etc/sane.d. however,
mustek_usb2 doesn't seem to have a configuration file according to the
man page. just mustek_usb does (mustek_usb.conf). i did try putting
'usb 0x055f 0x040b' in there for the heck of it but scanimage -L still
isn't detecting it. is there something i need to run to reload the
i did also try clone'ing the sane-backends git repository, but i can't
get past the configure script:
sane-backends$ export BACKENDS="mustek_usb2"
*** mustek_usb2 backend requires pthread library - aborting
libpthread-stubs0-dev is already the newest version (0.1-2).
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