Did you check your configuration files /etc/sane.d/dll.conf and
Are the permissions of /dev/sg0 set correctly? In my case:
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 8 Apr 21 1999 /dev/scanner ->
crw-rw---- 1 root scanner 21, 4 Apr 5 1999 /dev/sg4
I donīt scan as root so Iīm member of the group "scanner".
> My questions now are:
> Has the scanner to be terminated? It's the only device on the bus.
You could buy a terminator but if the scanner is the only device on the
bus it should work. You will definitely run into troubles if you have
more than three devices on the bus. If everything fails you should buy
one. A passive terminator is ok.
> What does ANSI SCSI revision 01 CCS mean? Shouldn't it be 02?
Most scanners only have an SCSI-1 interface (25 pin connector). CCS
means "common command set".
Sorry that I donīt have the time to look more closer at this problem. I
hope that somebody has more useful hints.
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