Re: Document Scanners that work with F9

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On Thu, Nov 06, 2008 at 09:13:16AM -0500, Todd Denniston wrote:
> Sam Varshavchik wrote, On 11/05/2008 06:35 PM:
>> I, personally, use the Cannon MF-4270. I had to hack some bugs out of  
>> sane's pixma driver, but once I did that, it worked fine. The fixes 
>> went upstream, they should be in the next version of sane, so until 
>> then you'll have to pull them out of CVS and temporarily build your own 
>> driver.
>> The MF-4270 is really a multifunction scanner/copier/printer/fax  
>> machine. AFAIK, there is no support for the printer part of it, in 
>> CUPS, but I don't need the printer+fax functionality. It works fine for 
>> me as a scanner+copier. Supports both the flatbed and the document 
>> feeder, for scanning.
> The actual printer _device_ driver for CUPS is often gutenprint[1].
> I have seen a far amount of traffic on the gutenprint list[2] where some 
> folks are trying to support some of the cannon equipment.  And as you 
> don't seem to be adverse to working out of a dev repository, perhaps you 
> might want to take a look and see if your multifunction device is already 
> supported or if you could give them the few needed pointers to get it 
> supported.
> [1]
> [2]

I am the OP for this thread. I am looking for a high resolution document
scanner only, (no printer, no copier (I have a laser printer already)
functions) with a usb or scsi interface. Years ago I had an HP C2
scanner which worked very well but it was big and slow. Plus I only had
windows drivers for it.

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