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They are supported by the Plustek backend.


Currently not supported by any SANE backend. It's supported by the gt68xx backend. An Alpha backend exists for these scanners. They are supported by the gt68xx grandtech gt-6801. Supported by the gt68xx backend.

These appear to be a National Semiconductor LMx derivatives. It works fine with the U. It scans with the U but the grandtech gt-6801 are unusable. If it doesn't find your scanner, there is a problem with access to the USB kernel drivers, a permission problem or sane-backends wasn't built with libusb support. If it complains about not finding the firmware, check gt68xx. Reports are welcome. If you have compiled your own SANE from source and if you want to use XSane or any other graphical frontendI recommend removing the distribution's sane and xsane packages completely and compile XSane from source.

You may need to add "gt68xx" to dll. No grandtech gt-6801 for the second approach, you are on your own. If you are a beginner and don't like to compile yourself I recommend to use a current RPM or DEB for Debian of sane-backends if the latest version isn't already included in your distribution. Please use sane-backends 1.


Have a look at the SANE download section for grandtech gt-6801 links to binaries. Not a lot is know about this scanner.

A backend for this scanner is currently in development. More information grandtech gt-6801 be found at SourceForge here.

Requests for information grandtech gt-6801 this chip to RealTek have gone unanswered. There is some very preliminary software for these based on reverse engineering the Windows driver. More information on this can be can be found at SourceForge here. Work is been done to provide a backend for this scanner by reverse engineering USB logs of the scanner under action in Windows. Currently there exists a test tool for it. This scanner apparently does support the HP SCL, however it requires a firmware download in order to operate and therefore does not work under Linux. Step 1. Go to your local Western Union branch, or go to their website www. You really need the firmware file for your specific scanner.

Sane-gt68xx - SANE backend for GTXX based USB flatbed scanners - Linux Man Pages (5)

If this variable is not set, the configuration file is searched grandtech gt-6801 two default directories:. Then run.

The scan slider should move back now. It's fixed in backend version 1.

SANE GT68xx Backend Homepage

If you use a precompiled binary e. Precompiled packages are usually called "libsane" or "sane-backends". There are two ways to get your scanner detected: The grandtech gt-6801 scanner driver scanner module or libusb, the USB library. Both ways work. However, as the kernel scanner driver has been removed from Linux I will only describe how to use the scanner with libusb.

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