Problem: I have a film scanner whose sane support is somewhat incomplete. There is a commercial piece of software called VueScan, which reportedly can do what I need. It can be had as either a Windows or Linux binary. It does not use sane on Linux, but apparently implements its own set of drivers via libusb. Rather than install another OS and boot into it to do the scanning, I was wondering if I can make it work with any kind of emulation. If I do not load uscanner, my scanner will appear just as a ugen device. Can I then have the device passed through to VueScan and usable by it with:
1. Regular linux 32-bit binary emulation? 2. linux via qemu? 3. the Windows binary under wine? I use FreeBSD on amd64 (rather than i386). Does this present any additional complications? Presumably, all Windows or Linux binaries involved are 32-bit. _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"