If you are a beginner and don’t like to compile yourself I recommend to use a current RPM or DEB for Debian of sane-backends if the latest version isn’t already included in your distribution. The option has six parameters: Sergey Vlasov’s gt68xx driver was used to create this backend. Make sure that your scanner is the only one connected to the system. Other firmware files including the one linked from this page may not work. Untested but is reported to have the same ids as the Artec Ultima Without your support the backend wouldn’t be possible.
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Firmware is the name of the firmware file that was provided by the vendor. The gt68xx backend is BETA software.
For these scanners there are already commented out override lines in the configuration file. I don’t have permission to provide firmware files from other vendors, however.
SANE GT68xx Backend Homepage
No guarantees for the second approach, you are on your granrtech. The low level functions are binary-only, however. Support for buttons is missing.
It comes on the installation CD that was provided by the manufacturer, but it may be packaged together with the installation program in an. However, as the kernel scanner driver has been removed from Linux I will only describe how to use the scanner with libusb.
GT – GRANDTECH – IC Chips – Kynix Semiconductor
So you need grndtech get a snapshot at least once. They don’t work stand-alone, e. You may need to add “gt68xx” to dll. No, I don’t have drivers for XP.
Ubuntu Manpage: sane-gt68xx – SANE backend for GTXX based USB flatbed scanners
The file can also contain option lines. If this variable is not set, the configuration file is searched in two default directories: If you are a beginner and don’t like to compile yourself I recommend to use a current RPM or DEB for Debian of sane-backends if the latest version isn’t already included in your distribution. For setting permissions and general USB information looks at sane-usb 5.
For Mustek scanners, the file can be downloaded from the gt68xx backend homepage. Works in at least one mode.
Please send any comments or support requests to the sane-devel mailing list. If you want to place the firmware files at a different path, use a firmware line. The scanner should be found by sane-find-scanner without further actions.
The override option must grandtecg the first one after the usb line. The overridefirmwarevendormodeland afe options must be placed after the usb line they refer to.
The afe option allows one to set custom offset and gain values for the Analog FrontEnd of the scanner. This option yrandtech be either used to select the AFE values if automatic coarse calibration is disabled, or to make automatic coarse frandtech faster.
Don’t ask questions about Windows drivers. Even if the scanner’s name is only slightly different from the models already listed as supported, please let me know. Product id 0x does not work at all, that’s a different chip. Or use whatever directory you want, but you must specify the path in gt68xx. Is detected but doesn’t scan anything useful.
Without your support the backend wouldn’t be possible. Option firmware selects the name and path of the firmware file.
sane-gt68xx (5) – Linux Man Pages
Option override is used to override the default model parameters. For setting up usbfs and adjusting permissions, see man sane-usb for details.
If you can only scan half of the page, use the PS2Dfw2. Untested but is reported to have the same ids as the Artec Ultima