[sane-devel] Preparing for a sane-backends release
m. allan noah
kitno455 at gmail.com
Mon Sep 14 22:17:33 UTC 2015
We are not dropping SCSI any time soon, don't worry about that.
However, you are the first 3097 user I have ever met! I'll send you a
separate email about fixing the duplex interlacing.
On Mon, Sep 14, 2015 at 5:41 PM, jrdavis <jrdavis43 at comcast.net> wrote:
> I'm another that's perfectly happy with my SCSI interfaced scanner. a
> Fujitsu M3097DG - B&W! It does everything I want, so I see no reason to
> replace it.
> My only issue is that, last time I checked it was still interleaving the
> front and back of a page when duplex scanning. ( two page images, both with
> diagonal stripes of front/back/front/back/...)
> (One of these days I'm going to dig into Sane and fix that..)
> Please, don't drop SCSI support without good reason!
> Jack Davis
> Computer s/w & h/w since 1967 or so,
> OpenVMS support since 1980
> Linux user since 1994
> Happily retired since 2013
> On 09/12/2015 08:34 AM, Dr.-Ing. Dieter Jurzitza wrote:
>> Hi Olaf,
>>> Me wonders too. I haven't seen one this century. I even wonder if SCSI
>>> scanners still need to be supported.
>> happily using my HP6300C through the SCSI bus with sane ... I do not know
>> many people like me are "out in the wild", but I am glad to have sane
>> this - one can buy such devices for close to nothing and they simply do
>> they were built to do, maybe slow, but who cares .... ;-)
>> So, if it was me to decide (it is not, I know :-)) I wouldn't drop SCSI
>> support if it is not causing harm ...
>> Take care
>> Dieter Jurzitza
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