[sane-devel] sane Nikon Coolscan Problem
a.zummo at towertech.it
Thu Feb 9 19:16:52 UTC 2012
It's hard to diagnose without a reference manual and a test unit, and I only have an old ls2000.
Sent from my iPhone, please excuse my brevity.
On 09/feb/2012, at 20:06, "m. allan noah" <kitno455 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have assigned your bug to the backend author, though he seems pretty
> busy. You might also want to try the older coolscan2 backend, by
> modifying dll.conf (generally located in /etc/sane.d/)
> On Thu, Feb 9, 2012 at 12:09 PM, Chuck Johnson <caj at cjconsult.com> wrote:
>> Good Afternoon (at least it is in the eastern United States <g>) --
>> I'm writing to you because your names are mentioned in various connections
>> to the sane project. I know it's purely a volunteer effort and I apologize
>> for intruding on your time, so I'll be brief.
>> I recently hooked up my Nikon Super Coolscan LS-5000 ED and tried scanning
>> slides with xsane, but was blocked with "error during device I/O." I
>> described all the details -- as many as I could think of, anyway -- in
>> message #313534 on the sane project at alioth.debian.org (link below), but
>> it seems that there is very little activity on the site. May other people
>> have reported the same error; there doesn't seem to be a reliable solution
>> offered among the posts and in many cases no response at all.
>> I would appreciate it if any of you could point me toward some help on this
>> problem. Is alioth the only site on which to find solutions? Is
>> sane-devel at lists.alioth.debian.org more active than the bug page?
>> Many thanks, and again sorry for the intrusion.
>> Chuck Johnson
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