Predrag Punosevac <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes: > Let me clarify firstly some things.
Thank you very much for this very detailed answer, it's very nice from you! [SNIP] > In essence your scanner uses this file to explain the Sane the page > layout and graphics. So it is not a driver! If I do understand, this seems a close analogue of PPL files in the printing world, right? [SNAP] > I see no reason why should sane-backhands work any different on > amd64. Now you made clear that these binary blobs consist of data (and not of a cpu program), I do not see either. I will soon be able to tell :) > On another hand if you are using amd64 that tells me that you > are running serious production servers so why would you want to attach > a scanner to such machine is not really clear to me. In fact, I have no serious reason to run amd64 since I use my amd64 computer as a ``user workstation'' and the main benefit from running amd64 is to manage huge amounts of RAM --- as far as I can tell from the various docs I have read. My reasons to run amd64 are mainly geeky or childish :) > As I said before the handbook is excellent but here is my quick and > dirty step by step how to for scanners. [SNIP] Thanks a lot for this con tribution, -- Cheers, Michaël _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"