The scsi card that came with your scanner may be like the one that came
with mine.  It's a stripped down card designed to provide service to
that scanner.  It may be that if you connect the scanner to a real scsi
port, as I have with my scanner, it will work.  (Umax S-12)

Mogens Jęger wrote:
> Hello there.
> I don't know, if my question is suitable for this forum - but here I go.
> I have a Photo-smart scanner (fro HP), attached to an Adaptec 2940AU
> SCSI-controller, and it works just great under GIMP/xsane.
> Then I have bought me an flatbed-scanner too, and I was told that it was
> a SCSI-scanner, though it had to use it's own controller (an ISA-thing)
> - it works under windoze, but the Linux/GIMP/xsane won't recognize it.
> In the sane-mustek.5 man pages, they state that ".... ncr810 based cards
> are known to work fine ..." I don't know much about SCSI, so I woud be
> happy to know, if others has experiences with that particular scanner
> and other types of controllers, or knows where to by such a card,
> because I have tried a lot of shops here in Copenhagen/Denmark with
> negativ result. If anyone knows, if it is a matter of termination/cable
> combination betwen the two scanners, that can solve my problem, then I
> really would apreciate that.
> Best regards
> Mogens Jęger

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