On Tuesday, 17 August 2004 at 15:23:41 +0200, Marc Fonvieille wrote:
> On Tue, Aug 17, 2004 at 03:32:37PM +0300, Anton Alin-Adrian wrote:
>> Marc Fonvieille wrote:
>>>> I found this "CANON Scanner Canon Lide30 USB" available to be bought
>>> It is supported under 4.10 and -CURRENT.  I use it :)  and I used it
>>> during the write of the Handbook's scanners section.
>>> Marc
>> Ok can you please confirm to me again that this is the model you are using
>> and that it is working smoothly?
>> Thanks and appologises for this reply, but I am going to buy it right away
>> if you answer me positively.
> I just pluged it on my -CURRENT laptop and did 2 scans :)
> I find it noisy like many USB scanners (I prefer my old SCSI Snapscan),
> but it remains a decent scanner.
> Here are some logs for this scanner:
> # dmesg | grep scanner
>  kernel: uscanner0: Canon CanoScan, rev 1.10/1.00, addr
> # sane-find-scanner -q
> found USB scanner (vendor=0x04a9, product=0x220e) at /dev/uscanner0
> # scanimage -L
> device `plustek:/dev/uscanner0' is a Canon N1240U/LiDE30 USB flatbed scanner

Interesting.  I've just had a very bad experience with Canon's
scanners.  See
http://wwww.lemis.com/grog/product-reviews/Canon-breakage.html for the
whole sad story.

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