SANE backend / Tools for Canon USB Scanners
for Linux and *BSD
We need informations about other Canon scanners.
The following informations are needed.
- Whether this tool works correctly with various scanners.
- ProductID which USB controller on the scanner returns
- USB communication log. (USB-Snoopy - see below - will much help)
Linux tool for Canon 1220U scanners (module canon) now scans at 300dpi
with much better quality.|
|3/10/2001||a driver for FreeBSD is available from CVS repository. (ucanoscan/FreeBSD-driver)|
Scanning tool was also updated.
|2/28/2001||ucanoscan was added on CVS repository.|
Two programs are available.
"ct" is a test scan program for 1220U. This is a program for Linux.
"ucanoscan" is a scan utility for FB1210U. Currently it only works on FreeBSD.
Source files are available from CVS repository.
Run cvs as below.
cvs -d:pserver:email@example.com:/cvsroot/canonscanner login
cvs -z3 -d:pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvsroot/canonscanner co modulename
can be "canon"(ct) or "ucanoscan".
For more detail, see guide page for CVS Access
- Linux / NetBSD / OpenBSD support
- SANE backend (final destination)
Backend for SCSI scanners. Some same commands are supported in USB scanner.
Snoop the USB transfer information on Win98.
For development of "ucanoscan", packet structure and hex dumps were logged with this tool.
drivers for parallel scanners FB-330/630P