Commit 84fa8b35 authored by Henning Geinitz's avatar Henning Geinitz

Used "sane-find-scanner". Some minor changes.

Henning Meier-Geinitz <henning@meier-geinitz.de>
parent fcb28636
......@@ -33,14 +33,14 @@ device mustek:/dev/scanner' is a Mustek ScanExpress 12000SP flatbed scanner
If this doesn't work you may have to add the right SCSI generic device name
to the configuration file. This should be documented in the man page for
your backend. To find out about the right SCSI device use tools/find-scanner:
your backend. To find out about the right SCSI device use sane-find-scanner:
# tools/find-scanner
find-scanner: found scanner "SCANNER 2.02" at device /dev/scanner
find-scanner: found scanner "SCANNER 2.02" at device /dev/sg0
find-scanner: found scanner "SCANNER 2.02" at device /dev/sga
# sane-find-scanner
sane-find-scanner: found scanner "SCANNER 2.02" at device /dev/scanner
sane-find-scanner: found scanner "SCANNER 2.02" at device /dev/sg0
sane-find-scanner: found scanner "SCANNER 2.02" at device /dev/sga
It may help to set a soft link /dev/scanner to the respective device.
It may help to set a symbolic link /dev/scanner to the respective device.
If you need more information on the Linux SCSI subsystem, look at
http://www.torque.net/scsi/linux_scsi_24/index.html. Although this
......@@ -50,9 +50,9 @@ in devfs".
Adaptec 1542 SCSI adapter:
Using buffer sizes of more than 32768 bytes with the aha1542 driver can
lead to kernel panic. To avoid this, set --enable-scsibuffersize or
SANE_SG_BUFFERSIZE to 32768, or download and install the SG driver
2.1.37 or newer from http://www.torque.net/sg.
lead to kernel panic with older kernels. To avoid this, set
--enable-scsibuffersize or SANE_SG_BUFFERSIZE to 32768, or download and
install the SG driver 2.1.37 or newer from http://www.torque.net/sg.
idescsi:
The Linux kernel "Emulation of a SCSI host adapter for IDE ATAPI
......@@ -64,7 +64,7 @@ Direct IO: Recent versions of the Linux SG driver for the 2.4 kernels support
direct IO, i.e., the SCSI adapter's DMA chip copies data directly to/from
user memory. Direct IO reduces memory usage and it may give better
throughput for very fast scanners, but it can lead to access conflicts,
if a backend uses shared memory. Sane does not use direct IO by default,
if a backend uses shared memory. SANE does not use direct IO by default,
if you want to use it, run
configure --enable-directio=yes
......@@ -74,7 +74,7 @@ Other Information
=================
Excessive warnings "pointer of type `void *' used in arithmetic":
Some versions of glibc generate these warnings not related to SANE
Some older versions of glibc generate these warnings not related to SANE
source code. To suppress these warnings do
export CFLAGS="-g -O2 -D__NO_STRING_INLINES"
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