[sane-devel] scanbd Post Processing
wilhelm.meier at fh-kl.de
Tue Feb 10 19:23:50 UTC 2015
Am 10.02.2015 um 04:30 schrieb ylafont:
> Forgive me if this not the correct section for this.
> I wanted to start a bash script to process the completed scans. I created a
> link to Scan.sh from test.script
> test.script -> scan.sh
> A section of scan.sh contains the following when scanning via the ADF
> if [ $SCANBD_ACTION -eq "paperload" ] && [ $SCANBD_FUNCTION -eq 2 ]; then
> logger -t "scanbd: $0" "************* Now Scanning on device $SCANBD_DEVICE
> scanimage -d $SCANBD_DEVICE -y 279.4 -x 215.9 --batch --format=tiff --mode
> Lineart --resolution 300 --source="ADF Duplex"
> logger -t "scanbd: $0" "************* Scanning ended on device
> $SCANBD_DEVICE ***************"
> logger -t "scanbd: $0" "End of $SCANBD_ACTION for device $SCANBD_DEVICE"
> Removing blank pages and cleaning all others.
> logger -t "scanbd: $0" "**** Starting Page Removal Process **"
> *. ./premove.sh* <--------- Post processing script
Is the above line part of the scan-script?
You can only use *one* script for one action.
> After the scanner completes the scan the script is terminated and does not
> allow processing to continue.
> Feb 10 00:38:14 PiScanner scanbd: /usr/local/etc/scanbd/scan.sh: ****
> Scanning ended on device fujitsu:fi-4220C2dj:100742 **
> Feb 10 00:38:14 PiScanner scanbd: /usr/local/etc/scanbd/scan.sh: End of scan
> for device fujitsu:fi-4220C2dj:100742
> Feb 10 00:38:14 PiScanner scanbd: /usr/local/sbin/scanbd: child
> /usr/local/etc/scanbd/scan.sh exited with status: 1
The scan-script terminates with an error - this might be a problem...
> Feb 10 00:38:15 PiScanner scanbd: /usr/local/sbin/scanbd: append string
> fujitsu:fi-4220C2dj:100742 to signal scan_end
> Feb 10 00:38:15 PiScanner scanbd: /usr/local/sbin/scanbd: now sending signal
> Is there a method allowing the second script to continue and process the
> pages scanned?
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w.meier at unix.net
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