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Canon LiDE 120 git commit 128c8931b3

Steven Honeyman
Hi,

I noticed the commit for supporting this scanner appear a couple of
weeks ago, and I recompiled and tested it today. Unfortunately it
doesn't work.

It's detected correctly. (the following is all using xsane, just using
preview button)

At 75dpi default, preview button does nothing - generic error message
300dpi, the scanner flashes for a while but doesn't move, then generic
error message.
300dpi again (just in case it was warming up the first time) and it
moves! and keeps moving, and keeps moving, until it gets to the end
and is still moving (making a horrible noise)

I pulled the USB, reconnected to a Windows PC and luckily it still
works OK. The driver needs some adjustment though for sure!


Thanks,
Steven.

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Re: Canon LiDE 120 git commit 128c8931b3

stef-22
On 30/03/2015 23:37, Steven Honeyman wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I noticed the commit for supporting this scanner appear a couple of
> weeks ago, and I recompiled and tested it today. Unfortunately it
> doesn't work.
>
> It's detected correctly. (the following is all using xsane, just using
> preview button)
>
> At 75dpi default, preview button does nothing - generic error message
> 300dpi, the scanner flashes for a while but doesn't move, then generic
> error message.
> 300dpi again (just in case it was warming up the first time) and it
> moves! and keeps moving, and keeps moving, until it gets to the end
> and is still moving (making a horrible noise)
>
> I pulled the USB, reconnected to a Windows PC and luckily it still
> works OK. The driver needs some adjustment though for sure!
>
>
> Thanks,
> Steven.
     Hello,

     I haven't been able to generate a scan log with my LiDE 110 close
enough to the 120 logs sent to me. So currently I don't know how much
code is needed to bring support for this model, since I don't have
similar scans to compare.
     I really need a log done with the WIA driver (NOT the shipped
scanning suite) at 150 dpi.

Regards,
     Stef

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Re: Canon LiDE 120 git commit 128c8931b3

Steven Honeyman
On 4 April 2015 at 06:46, Stef <[hidden email]> wrote:

> On 30/03/2015 23:37, Steven Honeyman wrote:
>>
>> Hi,
>>
>> I noticed the commit for supporting this scanner appear a couple of
>> weeks ago, and I recompiled and tested it today. Unfortunately it
>> doesn't work.
>>
>> It's detected correctly. (the following is all using xsane, just using
>> preview button)
>>
>> At 75dpi default, preview button does nothing - generic error message
>> 300dpi, the scanner flashes for a while but doesn't move, then generic
>> error message.
>> 300dpi again (just in case it was warming up the first time) and it
>> moves! and keeps moving, and keeps moving, until it gets to the end
>> and is still moving (making a horrible noise)
>>
>> I pulled the USB, reconnected to a Windows PC and luckily it still
>> works OK. The driver needs some adjustment though for sure!
>>
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Steven.
>
>     Hello,
>
>     I haven't been able to generate a scan log with my LiDE 110 close enough
> to the 120 logs sent to me. So currently I don't know how much code is
> needed to bring support for this model, since I don't have similar scans to
> compare.
>     I really need a log done with the WIA driver (NOT the shipped scanning
> suite) at 150 dpi.
>
> Regards,
>     Stef

Hi,

No problem, here you go:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7D9SMSeoCQ9NGJDUW8tLVQ0RjQ/view?usp=sharing

Hope that helps!


Thanks,
Steven

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Re: Canon LiDE 120 git commit 128c8931b3

Pavel Sayekat
Hi,
Now its working, atleast at 300 dpi, I tried with frontend gscan2pdf with latest backend from sane-git, thanks to Stef.

regards
Pavel

Steven Honeyman wrote
On 4 April 2015 at 06:46, Stef <[hidden email]> wrote:
> On 30/03/2015 23:37, Steven Honeyman wrote:
>>
>> Hi,
>>
>> I noticed the commit for supporting this scanner appear a couple of
>> weeks ago, and I recompiled and tested it today. Unfortunately it
>> doesn't work.
>>
>> It's detected correctly. (the following is all using xsane, just using
>> preview button)
>>
>> At 75dpi default, preview button does nothing - generic error message
>> 300dpi, the scanner flashes for a while but doesn't move, then generic
>> error message.
>> 300dpi again (just in case it was warming up the first time) and it
>> moves! and keeps moving, and keeps moving, until it gets to the end
>> and is still moving (making a horrible noise)
>>
>> I pulled the USB, reconnected to a Windows PC and luckily it still
>> works OK. The driver needs some adjustment though for sure!
>>
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Steven.
>
>     Hello,
>
>     I haven't been able to generate a scan log with my LiDE 110 close enough
> to the 120 logs sent to me. So currently I don't know how much code is
> needed to bring support for this model, since I don't have similar scans to
> compare.
>     I really need a log done with the WIA driver (NOT the shipped scanning
> suite) at 150 dpi.
>
> Regards,
>     Stef

Hi,

No problem, here you go:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7D9SMSeoCQ9NGJDUW8tLVQ0RjQ/view?usp=sharing

Hope that helps!


Thanks,
Steven

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