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Re: Umax 1220S scanner and Linux

On Sun, Aug 15, 1999 at 04:10:07PM +0200, Tadas wrote
> Hello all,
> I have Umax 1220S SCSI scanner. Can I use it under linux and how? I
> know, that SANE supports my scanner. I use SCSI adapter that came
> with scanner. Does Linux suppports this adapter?

SANE likes this scanner OK;  the adapter is likely to be a
problem. If it's a "DTC" card from "Domex Technology
Corporation", bear in mind that it *doesn't* work with the
DTC driver in Linux (different manufacturer, same
initials).  I've heard some rumours that this card may work
with one or the other of the NCR5380 SCSI drivers from a
recent kernel and appropriate module or boot parameters,
but you have to configure it first with ISAPNP and I never
got mine to work; you could probably save yourself a lot of
time by looking for a cheap Symbios-compatible SCSI card

John P.
"Oh - I - you know - my job is to fear everything." - Bill Gates in Denmark

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