[sane-devel] Cannot get hp scanjet 8200 working
doark at mail.com
Wed Mar 15 02:41:42 UTC 2017
On Mon, 30 Jan 2017 17:02:29 -0800
Dave Platt <dplatt at radagast.org> wrote:
> > Sorry for not getting back, I could not get the package manager
> > (portage), to accept that I would build the package.
> > I ended up creating en ebuild file and manually inserted it into
> > the package repository, which is hackish, but it works.
> > I looked at your patches and they seem quite clean.
> > Sadly, my scanner still does not work, but I think that the reasons
> > are unrelated. I'm inserting some of the debug info below.
> > If it makes any difference, my scanner's light was on.
> > [avision] wrote 10 bytes
> > [avision] avision_usb_status: timeout 15000, 1 retries
> > [avision] ==> (bulk read) going down ...
> > [sanei_usb] sanei_usb_read_bulk: trying to read 1 bytes
> > [sanei_usb] 000
> > 00 . [sanei_usb]
> > sanei_usb_read_bulk: wanted 1 bytes, got 1 bytes [avision] <== (bulk
> > read) got: 1, status: 0 [avision] get_accessories_info: Maximum
> > retries attempted, ADF unresponsive. [avision] sane_open: additional
> > probe failed: Operation not supported scanimage: open of device
> > avision:libusb:004:005 failed: Operation not supported
> This looks like one of the problems that my patches were intended to
> In order to take advantage of my fix, you have to add a new option to
> the avision.conf file in your SANE configuration directory. You'd have
> to check the patch, but I think it's
> option ignore-adf
> That will tell the driver to trust the "No, there is no ADF here"
> status from the device, rather than trying repeatedly to reset the ADF
> and giving up when it can't.
I got it working, I'm going to have to apply the patches every time sane
rebuilds, but it works!
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