[sane-devel] open driver for Epson Perfection V100 Photo?
m. allan noah
kitno455 at gmail.com
Fri Mar 26 01:55:59 UTC 2010
Try getting a usb sniffer log of a low resolution small scan, using this tool:
Then we can see if it looks anything like the epjitsu machines.
2010/3/25 Stéphane Blondon <stephane.blondon at gmail.com>:
> 2010/3/24 m. allan noah <kitno455 at gmail.com>:
>> At that point, I would investigate the epjitsu sane backend, as it
>> already supports an epson chipset which may be related to the one in
>> the V100.
> epjitsu.conf.in explains that the driver needs a firmware called
> '*.nal', often in a cab file. I didn't found such a file (even in cab
> However, I found a 'Esfw66.bin' in a cab.
> The size is ok (64Kio), the path too (ProgramFiles/epson/escndv/es0066).
> ES66 seems to be a codename for the scanner. For example, the file es66.inf has:
> ES66.DeviceDesc = "EPSON Perfection V10/V100"
> %ES66.DeviceDesc% = USB.ES66,USB\VID_04B8&PID_012D
> (Those VID and PID match the Vendor_ID and Product_ID of the
> Perfection V100Photo.)
> I don't know if it's useful but `file` doesn't recognize the file
> type. If I edit 'Esfw66.bin' in hexadecimal mode, the first line is:
> 00000000: 4544 4c41 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 EDLA............
> The others cab in es0066 directory have a lot of .dll files, .icm
> files, another .bin file (only 3Kio), 'Version.dat', two .chm files.
> There are files I don't know in 'perv100.cab' but I think they are not
> as interesting as 'Esfw66.bin':
> stephane at degtyarov:/tmp/epson cab/perv100 $ ls -lh
> total 512K
> -rw-r--r-- 1 stephane stephane 5,0K août 29 2006 ES0066.hrd
> -rw-r--r-- 1 stephane stephane 238 déc. 1 2005 ES0066.idx
> -rw-r--r-- 1 stephane stephane 96K oct. 16 2006 PerV100.ds
> (and two .icm files)
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