[sane-devel] Canon LiDe 210 Genesys backend gone wrong
stef.dev at free.fr
Wed Jun 27 19:03:49 UTC 2012
Le 27/06/2012 16:27, Jay Christnach a écrit :
> Hi, Thanks for not giving up on it.
> 1) system with working scanner:
> Laptop HP625
> Kernel 2.6.38-15-generic-pae #61-Ubuntu 32 bit
> libusb-0.1-4 version 2:0.1.12-17
> libusb-1.0-0 version 2:1.0.8-2
> 2) system where light doesn't turn on:
> Abit Mainboard with AMD64X2 5600+
> Kernel 3.2.0-25-generic #40-Ubuntu 32 bit
> libusb-0.1-4 version 2:0.1.12-20
> libusb-1.0-0 version 2:1.0.9-rc3-2ubuntu1
> The problem occured also when both machines where running Ubuntu 11.04
> with the same kernel version except the one on the desktop was 64 bit.
> Another hint: On the desktop running the scanner inside VirtualBox
> with Windows XP and the linux kernel 1) above as the host OS it
> doesn't work for now. Although I recall that it worked once. The
> kernel versions are changing rather often nowadays along with the
> I found nothing relevant to USB in the BIOS, so I haven't tried
> anything in this direction.
> There is no message being logged when the light doesn't turn on.
> In the past I compiled some kernels from source, maybe I should try to
> revert to an older kernel for testing. I'm not sure if I'm able to get
> it to work though. Grub has got so complicated and I'm not sure if I
> run into problems with the versions of libc and so on.
> Best greetings from Luxembourg
thanks for all these data. I have uploaded at
http://dl.free.fr/gEzUYJkHX a small 'gl124' unit test program. It does
an uncorrected color scan at 150 dpi. It is a fully static 32 binary
using libusb-1.0.9 . Put it in a directory, copy your genesys.conf file
in the same directory then run it. You should see the lamp switch on.
I'm curious to know how it behaves in the "buggy" hardware combination.
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