[sane-devel] CanoScan 700F

Sebastian Reinhardt snr at lmv-hartmannsdorf.de
Mon Jul 11 19:55:54 UTC 2011

Am 11.07.2011 21:09, schrieb stef:
> Le lundi 11 juillet 2011 13:45:25 Brad Laue, vous avez écrit :
>> On 07/11/11 01:22, stef wrote:
>>> Le samedi 9 juillet 2011 13:22:55 Sebastian Reinhardt, vous avez écrit :
>>>> Am 26.05.2011 06:56, schrieb stef:
>>>>> 	Hello,
>>>>> 	I'm currently completing 2400/4800 dpi support for LiDE 200. I bug
>>>>> 	fixing
>>>>> a few things, so I haven't currently any time for the 700F. Maybe in
>>>>> about a month.
>>>>> Regards,
>>>>> 	Stef
>>>> Hi stef,
>>>> Do You have any free resources for continuing with this driver project?
>>> 	Hello,
>>> 	I'll have time to look at it after my holidays. However, since most of
>>> the develoment time is testing, and that I have no 700F at hand, I'm
>>> afraid this will take some time. You'll have to test the code changes
>>> I'll do, them send me back the tests logs.
>>> 	One thing you can right now do is to compile and test the latest genesys
>>> backend version to get a starting point. By using the appended script,
>>> you'll be able to run a compiled version without installing it (ie no
>>> 'make install'). It  outputs a rl.pnm and rl.log file. Please send them
>>> to me. The script has to be placed and run in the backend subdirectory
>>> of SANE's sources.
>>> 	Another thing is to record with usbsnoop a 4800 dpi scan done under
>>> windows. The Usbsnoop.log file will be huge but can be reduced by
>>> selecting a very small scan area. Compress it and send it (or post it
>>> somewhere) to me.
>>> Regards,
>>> 	Stef
>> I'm also available to test your changes on a 700F. I haven't got a
>> native Windows install but I do connect the scanner to Virtualbox
>> currently in order to use it - would Usbsnoop output be useful from
>> that, or would the virtual machine introduce too many unknowns?
>> Will test with the attached script. Should we be testing using the
>> latest source from SVN or the latest release, or both?
>> - Brad
> 	Hello,
> 	please use latest source code from git to compile a test version.
> Recording a usbsnoop log from within a virtual machine worked for me using
> vmware. Virtualbox gives me some troubles to have USB working. But may be
> it'll work for you.
> Regards,
> 	Stef
Hi, I have an dual-boot (opeSuSE and Winstone XP)on my notebook. I have 
already done an "Snoop" with 75dpi (see earlier mails). So there is no 
problem for me to make an new one....please wait one or two days (think 
tomorrow I will do this and upload the result)...

Kind regaards

Sebastian Reinhardt

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