[sane-devel] Canon laser multi-functional support: MFNP protocol
rolf at bensch-online.de
Wed Feb 17 20:51:00 UTC 2016
I just committed several fixes for the MF6100 Series to Sane's git
Everything is working now: Flatbed, ADF and ADFDUP.
On a USB connection the scanner usual timeouts the 1st usb command after
a previous scan. I fixed this by resending the failed command. This
doesn't affect ethernet connections. Maybe somebody can find the reason
why the timeout occurs on USB.
My favourite gui for ADF and ADFDUP is gscan2pdf.
Am 27.06.2015 um 23:12 schrieb Rolf Bensch:
> The MF6100 Series scanner is only working with flatbed scans and with
> single page scans in adf.
> Just now, I'm struggling with multiple pages in adf and duplex adf. A
> patch will take a while, because I only have sporadical access to a
> MF6140 scanner.
> Everytime the scanner reports an error on the lcd display, I need to
> wait until scanimage ends, or faster I send a ^C to terminate scanimage.
> However, I always need to reconnect the usb cable before scanimage can
> start the next scan.
> The status of this scanner still is untested.
> Am 27.06.2015 um 20:02 schrieb Louis Lagendijk:
>> On Mon, 2015-06-22 at 14:58 +0300, Michael Shigorin wrote:
>>> On Wed, Apr 01, 2015 at 06:19:05PM +0200, Louis Lagendijk wrote:
>>>> Before anything: if scanning over USB does not work, trying to
>>>> scan over the network is bound to fail.
>>> Got that; both devices and a winxp vm are handy today (will be
>>> there next week hopefully too), here's a 15 Mb usbsnoop log:
>>>> for the MF8540 first a question: what did you use to initiate the scan?
>>> xsane and scanimage
>>> MF8540Cdn and MF6140dn are available for testing/dumping right now,
>>> trying against today's git...
>>>> It looks as if a scan was not attempted. Please try (over USB):
>>>> scanimage > filename
>>>> and see what happens.
>> Can you please try the fixes I submitted to GIT today to see if they fix
>> the network issue with the MF devices?
>>> Proper sounds but almost completely white image:
>> how did you scan? Please try
>> scanimage > test.ppm
>> to avoid problems due to settings from xsane etc.
>>>> As you saw it is not clear whether the device is supported with
>>>> the current pixma backend. Maybe somebody on the list that
>>>> knows the backend better than I do can help you with that (the
>>>> MF8500 series is listed in pixma_imageclass.c, so it is
>>>> probably possible to get it working, I only wrote the
>>>> networking code).
>>> Thank you :-)
>>>> the ImageRunner 1133 is listed too in the same file, so getting
>>>> it to work is probably possible too
>>> It _does_ work for me as of RELEASE_1_0_24-292-g8c51579:
>>> (the same vendor provided test print)
>>>> The MF6100 series is not listed, but it again might be quite
>>>> possible to get it to work.
>>> The same almost white image as with 8540:
>> As Rolf commented in a mail from April 3 the MF6100 series is added in
>> GIT, so it should work now.
>> so please try scanning with scanimage and see if that works over USB and
>> if it works over the network after todays fixes.
>> Kind regards, Louis
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