[sane-devel] Net Client Not Contacting Server
c.a.cook at quantum-sci.com
Sun Sep 13 05:32:19 BST 2020
Well, bugger. So much for my attempts to compile the backend lib.
I'll just get an extra-long USB cable to connect it to an x86_64 virtual
The reason I bought this scanner is it is one of the very few with the
hinge on the -long- side, not the -short- side. Why do almost all
scanners require you to flop open a great long lid in order to change
papers? Doesn't anyone have any sense?
Well I'll just be happy that networking is working now. It's hopeless to
ask for an arm64 driver from Epson.
On 2020-09-12 19:58, Olaf Meeuwissen wrote:
> C. Cook writes:
>> Ok questions:
>> The Epson Perfection V370 apparently requires the iScan software which
>> can be downloaded from Epson for Linux. But it's not available for
>> arm64. I'd like my scan sever to be an Odroid N2+ which is arm64
>> running Ubongo Mate.
>> Now; I thought that all the other scanner backends required only the
>> backend conf in /etc/sane.d, but I find that there seem to be libs for
>> each scanner in /usr/lib64/libgphoto2/2.5.15/.
>> On the Odroid running Ubongo I find these libs in
>> /usr/lib/aarch64-linux-gnu/libgphoto2/ and
>> /usr/lib/aarch64-linux-gnu/sane/ .
>> Well iScan comes only in x86_64 flavor, although they do post the source:
>> - Are these libs necessary for the scanners to work?
>> - How do the client apps know which lib to pull?
>> - Do I need to compile epkowa.so for the Odroid to make the V370 work?
>> - Is there anything else I need to do?
> You need to get EPSON to provide arm64 binaries in order to get your
> V370 to work.
> As you can see in the list at
> the V370 "requires DFSG non-free iscan-plugin-perfection-v370". This
> plugin is only made available as a binary. No source is available.
> You can recompile the epkowa backend for arm64 all you want but that
> will only make it work for those models that do not require one of those
> non-free plugins that are needed by a select subset of devices supported
> by that backend :-/
> Sorry this doesn't help,
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