[sane-devel] Canon LiDE 120 git commit 128c8931b3
pavelsayekat at gmail.com
Fri Feb 26 10:24:52 UTC 2016
Now its working, atleast at 300 dpi, I tried with frontend gscan2pdf with
latest backend from sane-git, thanks to Stef.
Steven Honeyman wrote
> On 4 April 2015 at 06:46, Stef <
> > wrote:
>> On 30/03/2015 23:37, Steven Honeyman wrote:
>>> I noticed the commit for supporting this scanner appear a couple of
>>> weeks ago, and I recompiled and tested it today. Unfortunately it
>>> doesn't work.
>>> It's detected correctly. (the following is all using xsane, just using
>>> preview button)
>>> At 75dpi default, preview button does nothing - generic error message
>>> 300dpi, the scanner flashes for a while but doesn't move, then generic
>>> error message.
>>> 300dpi again (just in case it was warming up the first time) and it
>>> moves! and keeps moving, and keeps moving, until it gets to the end
>>> and is still moving (making a horrible noise)
>>> I pulled the USB, reconnected to a Windows PC and luckily it still
>>> works OK. The driver needs some adjustment though for sure!
>> I haven't been able to generate a scan log with my LiDE 110 close
>> to the 120 logs sent to me. So currently I don't know how much code is
>> needed to bring support for this model, since I don't have similar scans
>> I really need a log done with the WIA driver (NOT the shipped
>> suite) at 150 dpi.
> No problem, here you go:
> Hope that helps!
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