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Re: Acquiring Dental RVG on Linux

On Wed, Dec 30, 2020 at 12:38:53AM +0100, Karsten Hilbert wrote:
> I agree. It seems quite likely to be more setup of the device.

To be precise I do not know how to issue two back to back 'S' without a
'C' occurring in between.

1.007.001 S Ii 0002
1.007.000 S Ci 0342 c0 83 0008 0000 0342

That's the only difference left between the two traces. Does it look like
multithreading is required for it - i.e. issue 'S Ii' with a timeout and
in parallel (but after 'S Ii' is issued) do rest of the things and then
sync with 'C Ii'?

On the face of it, it's weird if multithreading is required for a serial
communication where there is one link and two devices at both ends of it.
But may be the device is designed to not respond to Ii until it sees those
Cis (or timeout).

Will try anyway.

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