[sane-devel] perfection v10
paddy-hack at member.fsf.org
Thu Jan 16 11:01:24 GMT 2020
> hi Olaf,
> Il 11/01/20 14:09, Olaf Meeuwissen ha scritto:
>> Hi Valerio, iscan-data maintainer(s),
>> Thanks for the files. That policy.out file doesn't look like it should,
>> at all. It's supposed to contain a pile of additional rules that look
>> like whatever the distribution's libsane package uses for USB devices.
>> It appears that the Debian package maintainer split off the USB devices
>> into a 20-sane.hwdb and only left the SCSI devices in 60-libsane.rules.
>> This was done to address Debian bug 869244 (see ).
>> : https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=869244
>> Unfortunately, that seems to have broken the logic in make-policy-file.
>> That script has been working fine for more than a decade on multiple
>> distributions but it looks like it needs some fixing up now. The Debian
>> change will problably also affect *all* of Debian's downstreams :-/
> thank you for your answer
> last week i gave the scanner to a friend, who has the shop where i
> normally buy the hardware, to test in a microsoft pc, and look at the
> the scanner works, but only for two minutes and about forty seconds...
> i tested the machine, cut the power supply, after half an hour,
> connected again, it worked for the two minutes and so and then gave me
> sorry for my defective english
Looks like your device is more defective than your english :-/
Anyway, the issue with iscan-data's post-install script is device
independent so that remains to be fixed. In the mean time though, I've
noticed that iscan-data also includes a /lib/udev/hwdb.d/iscan-data.hwdb
that has an entry for the Perfection V10.
Based on what I see on a Devuan beowulf setup (basically Debian buster
w/o systemd), that ought to be enough to make the device usable for a
logged in user.
Hope this helps,
Olaf Meeuwissen, LPIC-2 FSF Associate Member since 2004-01-27
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