[sane-devel] Testing a Canon imageFormula P-150M
m. allan noah
kitno455 at gmail.com
Sun Aug 14 13:32:13 UTC 2016
The canon machines with the autostart switch have two different usb
ids. I know neither of those for the P-150 or P-150M, so neither of
them would be in the config file. This makes me wonder if something is
wrong with your chronology- I don't think scanimage -L could have
found the scanner before you changed to config file. If you can get
back to that state, where the scanner was trying to work, we can do
SANE_DEBUG_CANON_DR=35 scanimage > foo.pnm 2>p150.log
then send me p150.log directly. You may need to compress it.
On Sat, Aug 13, 2016 at 3:20 PM, Ben J <btpprograms at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi, I've got a P-150M and am trying to get it running at the moment. The
> scanner was detected by scanimage -L as a P-150. I'm running Arch Linux 64
> bit with no frontend for SANE.
> When I tried to trigger a scan, SANE was able to detect that the document
> feeder was empty and that the cover was closed. Once I resolved both of
> these issue, I just got an error stating "scanimage: sane_start: Invalid
> argument." This occurs while running "scanimage -d canon_dr: > test.tiff" as
> So far I've tried to fix this by adding my scanner to
> /etc/sane.d/canon_dr.conf (usb 0x1083 0x162c). I've also tried switching the
> Auto Start switch to on. This caused the error "scanimage: open of device
> canon_dr: failed: Invalid argument" instead.
> If anyone has any ideas let me know. I'm comfortable with config files and
> small code changes, but I doubt I could write a full backend for this
> scanner on my own.
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