[sane-devel] imageCLASS MF4570dw tester available for two days

M. Allan Noah kitno455 at gmail.com
Tue Dec 24 21:53:50 UTC 2013

Try USB, but run scanimage -L as root.


Sent from my iPhone

On Dec 24, 2013, at 3:28 PM, Yuval Levy <ylevy at uwo.ca> wrote:

> To whom it may concern:
> I am helping my father-in-law moving to Linux.  He has an imageCLASS
> MF4570dw all-in-one.  sane-backends from Ubuntu's repository do not
> support it, but I found it listed for the git version, so I built the
> git version of sane-backend.
> The machine has both USB and Ethernet.
> sane-find-scanner reports found USB scanner (vendor=0x04a9 [Canon Inc],
> product=0x275a [MF4570dw]) at libusb:001:004
> however scanimage -L did not find it.  I read all README, FAQs, and
> manpages that I could find, to no avail.
> I also tried to connect via Ethernet.  After adding the entry
> bjnp:// to /etc/sane.d/picma.conf it returns the
> following output:
> [pixma] udp_command: no data received (recv): Connection refused[pixma]
> udp_command: no data received (recv): Connection refused[pixma]
> udp_command: no data received (recv): Connection refused[pixma] Cannot
> read scanner make & model: v
> I did set PIXMA_EXPERIMENT=1 but it did not make any difference.
> This is a time-limited opportunity.  I am here for the next two days
> (Christmas), have access to the device, have a little bit of time on my
> hand to run the tests you need me to run, and I am good enough with the
> tools to submit a source code diff for review.
> Any kind soul around willing to guide me through the process of testing?
> I would like to leave my in-laws with a working scanner and in the
> process contribute to your project.
> Happy Holidays!
> -- 
> Yuval Levy, MBA, CFA
> Western University -- Faculty of Law
> Université Laval -- Faculté de droit
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