[sane-devel] R: Re: Ricoh SP204SN AIO network scanner

Gianni Cerato info at giannicerato.com
Fri Mar 6 01:57:10 GMT 2020

Hi Stan,thanks I may know to build (u mean update from gitlab?). Tareas is a Twain executive file for Windows that works with lan address. Of course I do not think it will work in Linux.If u send me link I will try your code and let you know.Regards Giannigiannicerato.com Inviato dal mio dispositivo Samsung

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Da: Stanislav <yu-stas at yandex.ru> 
Data: 05/03/20  09:44  (GMT+01:00) 
A: Gianni Cerato <info at giannicerato.com>, Thierry HUCAHRD <thierry at ordissimo.com> 
Cc: Olaf Meeuwissen <paddy-hack at member.fsf.org>, sane-devel at alioth-lists.debian.net, sane-devel <sane-devel-bounces+thierry=substantiel.fr at alioth-lists.debian.net> 
Oggetto: Re: [sane-devel] Ricoh SP204SN AIO network scanner 

Hi Gianni, If you know how to update and build the source code, I can give you a hint how to update ricoh2 backend to check if it supports your scanner.If not - I can do that by myself, but I will hardly have free time until the weekend. /Stanislav  05.03.2020, 03:45, "Gianni Cerato" <info at giannicerato.com>:Good morning and thanks all for answer.This is a Windows driver only compatibility device. But I can printfollowing a Github project.Just I am reading on SANE about network SCSI interface (or USB ricoh2)instead of ethernet/lan does it make same thing?http://www.sane-project.org/man/sane-ricoh.5.html ricohhttp://www.sane-project.org/man/sane-ricoh2.5.html ricoh2 (404 errorpage not found)Do u perhaps have some code (readme howto) on gitlab (it is differentfrom github)?Has drivers to be developed/debugged meaning compiled?Sorry but SANE has no detailed information for special devices and alldocumentation show about scsi or usb.Actually I connected it with usb cable (0x05ca/0x043f) but simple-scanstill does not detect scannerThanks in advanceGianni Ceratogiannicerato.comIl giorno dom, 01/03/2020 alle 23.15 +0100, Thierry HUCAHRD ha scritto: Le 2020-03-01 21:06, Stanislav a écrit : > There's definitely some chance this scanner is supported by ricoh2. > Last year we found three more models are supported by this backend, > so > SP204 might also be compatible. Hi It may be compatible with the ricoh2 backend. It is not referenced as being supported by eSCL/Airscan. The documentation says it is Microsoft compatible. There is a possibility that it is WSD compatible. > /Stanislav > > 29.02.2020, 14:19, "Olaf Meeuwissen" <paddy-hack at member.fsf.org>: > > > Hi, > > > > Gianni Cerato writes: > > > > > Good morning may u know if perhaps there is a way to connect > > > simple- > > > scan in Debian with above (mentioned in object) all-in-one > > > Ricoh? > > > Thanks in advance > > > > This scanner is not known to work with sane-backends-1.0.29. > > However, > > for scans via a network connection, it might work via the escl > > backend. > > Alternatively, you could use the separately maintained airscan > > backend, > > available at > > > > https://github.com/alexpevzner/sane-airscan > > > > Note that both backends assume the device uses the eSCL (aka > > AirScan > > or > > AirPrint scanning) protocol. > > > > @yu-stas Is there any chance this device might (be made to) work > > with > > the ricoh2 backend? > > > > Hope this helps, > > -- > > Olaf Meeuwissen, LPIC-2 FSF Associate Member since 2004-01-27 > > GnuPG key: F84A2DD9/B3C0 2F47 EA19 64F4 9F13 F43E B8A4 A88A F84A > > 2DD9 > > Support Free Software https://my.fsf.org/donate > > Join the Free Software Foundation https://my.fsf.org/join 
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