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Re: [SuSE Linux] Sane Question
- From: jlkreps@xxxxxxxxx (Jerry Lynn Kreps)
- Date: Sun, 21 Feb 1999 22:42:55 -0600
- Message-id: <36D0E04F.D0CC5253@xxxxxxxxx>
bob gordon wrote:
> On 22-Feb-99 zentara wrote:
> > bob gordon wrote:
> >> What do you mean by "move your scanner down to a lower number"? Tried
> >> addressing the scanner at a lower SCSI ID; but it's still being recognized
> >> as
> >> /dev/sg4.
> >> Also, what in the heck is mkdev? Can't seem to find out anything about it.
> > Well, on your scanner, there is a jumper which sets which scsi device
> > number it is on the designated scsi bus. Change the jumpers to make it
> > a lower number. Most scsi busses allow you to set the device number from
> > 1 to 7. You can change this by moving the jumper pin.
> These jumpers you speak of merely set the SCSI ID. As mentioned above, this
> does not effect the sg number. Perhaps because my scanner and my hard disks
> are attached to different adapters. BTW I installed scsiinfo so that I could run
> sgcheck: as I suspected, /dev/sg0 - /dev/sg3 are my 4 hard disks. Wouldn't
> tampering with this setup be a little suicidal? I fear that I simply am not
> going to be able to scan. Sane doesn't list a single Fujitsu among its approved
Lie to it. Copy one of the conf files to Fujitsu.conf, putz with the
scanner ID to match what appears when your scanner connect at bootup,
and give it a shot. Modify it to look like then next one if that one
doesn't work. What have you got to loose?
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