thierry at ordissimo.com
Thu Dec 26 20:52:03 GMT 2019
Le 2019-12-26 21:13, Till Kamppeter a écrit :
> On 26/12/2019 15:56, Alexander Pevzner wrote:
>> Hi, Till,
>> On 12/26/19 8:57 PM, Till Kamppeter wrote:
>>> Great, so we have 3 eSCL backends now: sane-escl, AirSane, and
>>> sane-airscan. Thanks to all of you to support this big group of
>>> scanners, probably all in printer/scanner-multi-function devices
>>> which do AirPrint.
>> AirSane is not backend, it is a frontend. It works as AirScan server,
>> and uses SANE backends for access to scanners.
> Sorry, realized this later, too.
> So with that software (plus Linux, SANE, CUPS, cups-filters) we get
> Old printer + old scanner + Raspberry Pi = Multi-Function device which
> prints, scans, and copies with everything which is not Windows.
> Without device/model-specific drivers. :)
>>> Alexander, could you also try to scan on a USB-connected device via
>>> ippusbxd (https://github.com/OpenPrinting/ippusbxd)? Note that you
>>> need to supply the URI manually (should be
>>> "http://localhost:60000/eSCL/...") as ippusbxd does not support yet
>>> DNS-SD registration for multi-function devices
>> I'm very busy today and tomorrow. Hope I'll be able to try a day after
> OK, no problem. I have already inaugurated the never-ending series of
> bug reports which one has on typical free software projects:
We have worked with more than 10 different brands of scanners.
The eSCL backend integrated in sane has already solved the problem.
The size of the calculated image is wrong compared to the received one.
> First time that I report bug #1 on a project.
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