[sane-devel] Looking to get my Mustek A3 1200S flatbed Scanner with GL128 chip working with XSANE

George Chriss gschriss at gmail.com
Sat Jun 8 16:19:30 UTC 2013


New files located in the home directory:

1) mustek_a32400s_winXPSP3_usbcapture.pcapng
Original file from the attachment at:


2) mustek_a32400s_winXPSP3_100dpi_bw_preview.pcapng
Similar to 1 but with the following sequence: fold down scanner cover,
start USB capture, power on scanner, set image quality to 100DPI / B&W in
the default Windows image acquire dialogue, 'preview', stop capture

3) mustek_a32400s_winXPSP3_greyscale_preview.pcapng
Same as 2 but with greyscale

4) mustek_a32400s_winXPSP3_color_preview.pcapng
Same as 3 but in color / all-default settings.  Might be 300DPI.

The scanner bar starts in bright-red coloration (LED illumination?) then
turns on the lamp and begins normal scanning.  I've seen the bar turn
bright-red mid-scan to indicate an error condition.


Let me know when you need audio for the live-stream.  Also, for convenience
I've permitted '~/usbpower' to be executed as non-root via a udev rule
located at '/etc/udev/rules.d/50-usbpower.rules'.


On Sat, Jun 8, 2013 at 2:24 AM, Stef <stef.dev at free.fr> wrote:

>     Hello,
>     I am already doing basic tests. What I would need is an usbsnoop log
> of a preview done at the lowest available resolution with the windows
> driver.
>     I already have one from another Mustek A3 1200S (provided by Aaron
> Silver), so I'd be able to compare both and have a better understanding of
> calibration.
> Regards,
>     Stef
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