I assume you insalled TWAIN SANE 3.5, because the current version of
SANE backends is 1.0.25.
I don't recall ever having a report from an OSX user of a SCSI Fujitsu
scanner, and don't have the ability to test this myself. But, we might
be able to figure it out with a debugging log. At the terminal, run:
SANE_DEBUG_FUJITSU=35 scanimage -T 2>m4097.log
Then send me m4097.log
Also, you might try a scan without the -T, that has been know to cause
issues in the past.
On Sat, Dec 5, 2015 at 12:57 AM, ibmportablepc <[hidden email]> wrote:
> I have just installed SANE version 3.3 on OS X 10.8.5.
> scanimage -L returns: device `fujitsu:M4097Ddm:50331648’ is a FUJITSU
> M4097Ddm scanner
> However, scanimage -T returns:
> scanimage: scanning image of size 3400x4400 pixels at 1 bits/pixel
> scanimage: acquiring gray frame, 1 bits/sample
> scanimage: reading one scanline, 425 bytes... FAIL Error: Error during
> device I/O
> Needless to say, I cannot scan anything.
> Am I best to simply upgrade to the latest version of SANE, which in turn is
> only available as a binary for the OS X El Capitan, or could this be
> something simple?
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