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Cannot get hp scanjet 8200 working
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David Niklas
2016-09-17 23:43:22 UTC
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I hate to be a pest but it's been two weeks, should I send this somewhere
else.
Hello,
I bought an hp scanjet 8200 from amazon and I can't get it to work.
Here is a list of commands run and output lightly edited for brevity.
Feel free to snip non relevant details.
Thanks, in advance.
% scanimage --version
scanimage (sane-backends) 1.0.24; backend version 1.0.24
% equery l PACKAGE
media-gfx/sane-backends-1.0.24-r6
media-gfx/sane-frontends-1.0.14
media-gfx/xsane-0.999-r1
media-gfx/simple-scan-3.18.2
% uname -a
Linux ulgy_thing 4.1.15-gentoo-r1-nopreempt-dav2 #1 SMP x86_64 Intel(R)
% scanimage -v -d avision:libusb:004:029 > aa.pnm
scanimage: open of device avision:libusb:004:029 failed: Operation not
supported
# In system log
[scanimage] protocol/discovery/mdns.c 122: unable to add to multicast
group: No such device_
% sane-find-scanner
found USB scanner (vendor=0x03f0 [hp], product=0x0b01 [hp scanjet 8200])
at libusb:004:029
DEBUG INFO
avision == 128
sanei_usb == 128
dll Looked at, but not needed as there was no problem here
AFAIK.
################# DEBUG ~50 lines
################################################### [avision] try to
write src, count: 2. [sanei_usb] sanei_usb_write_bulk: trying to write
2 bytes [sanei_usb] 000 00
00 .. [sanei_usb]
sanei_usb_write_bulk: wanted 2 bytes, wrote 2 bytes [avision] wrote 2
bytes [avision] avision_usb_status: timeout 10000, 1 retries
[avision] ==> (bulk read) going down ...
[sanei_usb] sanei_usb_read_bulk: trying to read 1 bytes
[sanei_usb] 000
00 . [sanei_usb]
sanei_usb_read_bulk: wanted 1 bytes, got 1 bytes [avision] <== (bulk
read) got: 1, status: 0 [avision] adf_reset: write 2 complete.
[avision] Timeouts: write: 30000, read: 30000, status: 10000
[avision] try to write cmd, count: 10.
[sanei_usb] sanei_usb_write_bulk: trying to write 10 bytes
[sanei_usb] 000 28 00 69 00 0A 0D 00 00 04 00
(.i....... [sanei_usb] sanei_usb_write_bulk: wanted 10 bytes, wrote 10
bytes [avision] wrote 10 bytes
[avision] try to read 4 bytes
[sanei_usb] sanei_usb_read_bulk: trying to read 4 bytes
[sanei_usb] 000 00 00 02
sanei_usb_read_bulk: wanted 4 bytes, got 4 bytes [avision] read 4 bytes
[avision] avision_usb_status: timeout 10000, 1 retries
[avision] ==> (bulk read) going down ...
[sanei_usb] sanei_usb_read_bulk: trying to read 1 bytes
[sanei_usb] 000
00 . [sanei_usb]
sanei_usb_read_bulk: wanted 1 bytes, got 1 bytes [avision] <== (bulk
[avision] [0] 00000000b 0o 0d 0x
[avision] [1] 00000000b 0o 0d 0x
[avision] [2] 00000010b 2o 2d 2x
[avision] [3] 01000000b 100o 64d 40x
[avision] get_accessories_info: Waiting while ADF firmware resets...
[avision] wait_ready: sending TEST_UNIT_READY
[avision] filling command to have a length of 10, was: 6
[avision] Timeouts: write: 30000, read: 15000, status: 15000
[avision] try to write cmd, count: 10.
[sanei_usb] sanei_usb_write_bulk: trying to write 10 bytes
[sanei_usb] 000 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
wanted 10 bytes, wrote 10 bytes [avision] wrote 10 bytes
[avision] avision_usb_status: timeout 15000, 1 retries
[avision] ==> (bulk read) going down ...
[sanei_usb] sanei_usb_read_bulk: trying to read 1 bytes
[sanei_usb] 000
00 . [sanei_usb]
sanei_usb_read_bulk: wanted 1 bytes, got 1 bytes [avision] <== (bulk
read) got: 1, status: 0 [avision] get_accessories_info: Maximum retries
attempted, ADF unresponsive. [avision] sane_open: additional probe
failed: Operation not supported scanimage: open of device
avision:libusb:004:029 failed: Operation not supported [avision]
############### DEBUG 27 lines scanimage -h -d avision:libusb:004:029
############### [sanei_usb] sanei_usb_read_bulk: trying to read 1 bytes
[sanei_usb] 000
00 . [sanei_usb]
sanei_usb_read_bulk: wanted 1 bytes, got 1 bytes [avision] <== (bulk
[avision] [0] 00000000b 0o 0d 0x
[avision] [1] 00000000b 0o 0d 0x
[avision] [2] 00000010b 2o 2d 2x
[avision] [3] 01000000b 100o 64d 40x
[avision] get_accessories_info: Waiting while ADF firmware resets...
[avision] wait_ready: sending TEST_UNIT_READY
[avision] filling command to have a length of 10, was: 6
[avision] Timeouts: write: 30000, read: 15000, status: 15000
[avision] try to write cmd, count: 10.
[sanei_usb] sanei_usb_write_bulk: trying to write 10 bytes
[sanei_usb] 000 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
wanted 10 bytes, wrote 10 bytes [avision] wrote 10 bytes
[avision] avision_usb_status: timeout 15000, 1 retries
[avision] ==> (bulk read) going down ...
[sanei_usb] sanei_usb_read_bulk: trying to read 1 bytes
[sanei_usb] 000
00 . [sanei_usb]
sanei_usb_read_bulk: wanted 1 bytes, got 1 bytes [avision] <== (bulk
read) got: 1, status: 0 [avision] get_accessories_info: Maximum retries
attempted, ADF unresponsive. [avision] sane_open: additional probe
failed: Operation not supported scanimage: open of device
avision:libusb:004:029 failed: Operation not supported
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m. allan noah
2016-09-19 16:37:58 UTC
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It seems the avision backend is unmaintained again. You could try
upgrading to a more recent version of sane, or one of our git
snapshots, that sometimes helps.

allan
Post by David Niklas
I hate to be a pest but it's been two weeks, should I send this somewhere
else.
Hello,
I bought an hp scanjet 8200 from amazon and I can't get it to work.
Here is a list of commands run and output lightly edited for brevity.
Feel free to snip non relevant details.
Thanks, in advance.
% scanimage --version
scanimage (sane-backends) 1.0.24; backend version 1.0.24
% equery l PACKAGE
media-gfx/sane-backends-1.0.24-r6
media-gfx/sane-frontends-1.0.14
media-gfx/xsane-0.999-r1
media-gfx/simple-scan-3.18.2
% uname -a
Linux ulgy_thing 4.1.15-gentoo-r1-nopreempt-dav2 #1 SMP x86_64 Intel(R)
% scanimage -v -d avision:libusb:004:029 > aa.pnm
scanimage: open of device avision:libusb:004:029 failed: Operation not
supported
# In system log
[scanimage] protocol/discovery/mdns.c 122: unable to add to multicast
group: No such device_
% sane-find-scanner
found USB scanner (vendor=0x03f0 [hp], product=0x0b01 [hp scanjet 8200])
at libusb:004:029
DEBUG INFO
avision == 128
sanei_usb == 128
dll Looked at, but not needed as there was no problem here
AFAIK.
################# DEBUG ~50 lines
################################################### [avision] try to
write src, count: 2. [sanei_usb] sanei_usb_write_bulk: trying to write
2 bytes [sanei_usb] 000 00
00 .. [sanei_usb]
sanei_usb_write_bulk: wanted 2 bytes, wrote 2 bytes [avision] wrote 2
bytes [avision] avision_usb_status: timeout 10000, 1 retries
[avision] ==> (bulk read) going down ...
[sanei_usb] sanei_usb_read_bulk: trying to read 1 bytes
[sanei_usb] 000
00 . [sanei_usb]
sanei_usb_read_bulk: wanted 1 bytes, got 1 bytes [avision] <== (bulk
read) got: 1, status: 0 [avision] adf_reset: write 2 complete.
[avision] Timeouts: write: 30000, read: 30000, status: 10000
[avision] try to write cmd, count: 10.
[sanei_usb] sanei_usb_write_bulk: trying to write 10 bytes
[sanei_usb] 000 28 00 69 00 0A 0D 00 00 04 00
(.i....... [sanei_usb] sanei_usb_write_bulk: wanted 10 bytes, wrote 10
bytes [avision] wrote 10 bytes
[avision] try to read 4 bytes
[sanei_usb] sanei_usb_read_bulk: trying to read 4 bytes
[sanei_usb] 000 00 00 02
sanei_usb_read_bulk: wanted 4 bytes, got 4 bytes [avision] read 4 bytes
[avision] avision_usb_status: timeout 10000, 1 retries
[avision] ==> (bulk read) going down ...
[sanei_usb] sanei_usb_read_bulk: trying to read 1 bytes
[sanei_usb] 000
00 . [sanei_usb]
sanei_usb_read_bulk: wanted 1 bytes, got 1 bytes [avision] <== (bulk
[avision] [0] 00000000b 0o 0d 0x
[avision] [1] 00000000b 0o 0d 0x
[avision] [2] 00000010b 2o 2d 2x
[avision] [3] 01000000b 100o 64d 40x
[avision] get_accessories_info: Waiting while ADF firmware resets...
[avision] wait_ready: sending TEST_UNIT_READY
[avision] filling command to have a length of 10, was: 6
[avision] Timeouts: write: 30000, read: 15000, status: 15000
[avision] try to write cmd, count: 10.
[sanei_usb] sanei_usb_write_bulk: trying to write 10 bytes
[sanei_usb] 000 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
wanted 10 bytes, wrote 10 bytes [avision] wrote 10 bytes
[avision] avision_usb_status: timeout 15000, 1 retries
[avision] ==> (bulk read) going down ...
[sanei_usb] sanei_usb_read_bulk: trying to read 1 bytes
[sanei_usb] 000
00 . [sanei_usb]
sanei_usb_read_bulk: wanted 1 bytes, got 1 bytes [avision] <== (bulk
read) got: 1, status: 0 [avision] get_accessories_info: Maximum retries
attempted, ADF unresponsive. [avision] sane_open: additional probe
failed: Operation not supported scanimage: open of device
avision:libusb:004:029 failed: Operation not supported [avision]
############### DEBUG 27 lines scanimage -h -d avision:libusb:004:029
############### [sanei_usb] sanei_usb_read_bulk: trying to read 1 bytes
[sanei_usb] 000
00 . [sanei_usb]
sanei_usb_read_bulk: wanted 1 bytes, got 1 bytes [avision] <== (bulk
[avision] [0] 00000000b 0o 0d 0x
[avision] [1] 00000000b 0o 0d 0x
[avision] [2] 00000010b 2o 2d 2x
[avision] [3] 01000000b 100o 64d 40x
[avision] get_accessories_info: Waiting while ADF firmware resets...
[avision] wait_ready: sending TEST_UNIT_READY
[avision] filling command to have a length of 10, was: 6
[avision] Timeouts: write: 30000, read: 15000, status: 15000
[avision] try to write cmd, count: 10.
[sanei_usb] sanei_usb_write_bulk: trying to write 10 bytes
[sanei_usb] 000 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
wanted 10 bytes, wrote 10 bytes [avision] wrote 10 bytes
[avision] avision_usb_status: timeout 15000, 1 retries
[avision] ==> (bulk read) going down ...
[sanei_usb] sanei_usb_read_bulk: trying to read 1 bytes
[sanei_usb] 000
00 . [sanei_usb]
sanei_usb_read_bulk: wanted 1 bytes, got 1 bytes [avision] <== (bulk
read) got: 1, status: 0 [avision] get_accessories_info: Maximum retries
attempted, ADF unresponsive. [avision] sane_open: additional probe
failed: Operation not supported scanimage: open of device
avision:libusb:004:029 failed: Operation not supported
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David Niklas
2016-11-09 21:12:30 UTC
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Post by m. allan noah
Post by David Niklas
I hate to be a pest but it's been two weeks, should I send this
somewhere else.
Hello,
I bought an hp scanjet 8200 from amazon and I can't get it to work.
Here is a list of commands run and output lightly edited for brevity.
Feel free to snip non relevant details.
Thanks, in advance.
% scanimage --version
scanimage (sane-backends) 1.0.24; backend version 1.0.24
% equery l PACKAGE
media-gfx/sane-backends-1.0.24-r6
media-gfx/sane-frontends-1.0.14
media-gfx/xsane-0.999-r1
media-gfx/simple-scan-3.18.2
% uname -a
Linux ulgy_thing 4.1.15-gentoo-r1-nopreempt-dav2 #1 SMP x86_64
% scanimage -v -d avision:libusb:004:029 > aa.pnm
scanimage: open of device avision:libusb:004:029 failed: Operation
not supported
# In system log
[scanimage] protocol/discovery/mdns.c 122: unable to add to multicast
group: No such device_
% sane-find-scanner
found USB scanner (vendor=0x03f0 [hp], product=0x0b01 [hp scanjet
8200]) at libusb:004:029
DEBUG INFO
avision == 128
sanei_usb == 128
dll Looked at, but not needed as there was no problem here
AFAIK.
################# DEBUG ~50 lines
################################################### [avision] try to
write src, count: 2. [sanei_usb] sanei_usb_write_bulk: trying to
write 2 bytes [sanei_usb] 000 00
00 .. [sanei_usb]
sanei_usb_write_bulk: wanted 2 bytes, wrote 2 bytes [avision] wrote 2
bytes [avision] avision_usb_status: timeout 10000, 1 retries
[avision] ==> (bulk read) going down ...
[sanei_usb] sanei_usb_read_bulk: trying to read 1 bytes
[sanei_usb] 000
00 . [sanei_usb]
sanei_usb_read_bulk: wanted 1 bytes, got 1 bytes [avision] <== (bulk
read) got: 1, status: 0 [avision] adf_reset: write 2 complete.
[avision] Timeouts: write: 30000, read: 30000, status: 10000
[avision] try to write cmd, count: 10.
[sanei_usb] sanei_usb_write_bulk: trying to write 10 bytes
[sanei_usb] 000 28 00 69 00 0A 0D 00 00 04 00
10 bytes [avision] wrote 10 bytes
[avision] try to read 4 bytes
[sanei_usb] sanei_usb_read_bulk: trying to read 4 bytes
[sanei_usb] 000 00 00 02
sanei_usb_read_bulk: wanted 4 bytes, got 4 bytes [avision] read 4
bytes [avision] avision_usb_status: timeout 10000, 1 retries
[avision] ==> (bulk read) going down ...
[sanei_usb] sanei_usb_read_bulk: trying to read 1 bytes
[sanei_usb] 000
00 . [sanei_usb]
sanei_usb_read_bulk: wanted 1 bytes, got 1 bytes [avision] <== (bulk
[avision] [0] 00000000b 0o 0d 0x
[avision] [1] 00000000b 0o 0d 0x
[avision] [2] 00000010b 2o 2d 2x
[avision] [3] 01000000b 100o 64d 40x
[avision] get_accessories_info: Waiting while ADF firmware resets...
[avision] wait_ready: sending TEST_UNIT_READY
[avision] filling command to have a length of 10, was: 6
[avision] Timeouts: write: 30000, read: 15000, status: 15000
[avision] try to write cmd, count: 10.
[sanei_usb] sanei_usb_write_bulk: trying to write 10 bytes
[sanei_usb] 000 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
wanted 10 bytes, wrote 10 bytes [avision] wrote 10 bytes
[avision] avision_usb_status: timeout 15000, 1 retries
[avision] ==> (bulk read) going down ...
[sanei_usb] sanei_usb_read_bulk: trying to read 1 bytes
[sanei_usb] 000
00 . [sanei_usb]
sanei_usb_read_bulk: wanted 1 bytes, got 1 bytes [avision] <== (bulk
read) got: 1, status: 0 [avision] get_accessories_info: Maximum
retries attempted, ADF unresponsive. [avision] sane_open: additional
probe failed: Operation not supported scanimage: open of device
avision:libusb:004:029 failed: Operation not supported [avision]
############### DEBUG 27 lines scanimage -h -d avision:libusb:004:029
############### [sanei_usb] sanei_usb_read_bulk: trying to read 1
bytes [sanei_usb] 000
00 . [sanei_usb]
sanei_usb_read_bulk: wanted 1 bytes, got 1 bytes [avision] <== (bulk
[avision] [0] 00000000b 0o 0d 0x
[avision] [1] 00000000b 0o 0d 0x
[avision] [2] 00000010b 2o 2d 2x
[avision] [3] 01000000b 100o 64d 40x
[avision] get_accessories_info: Waiting while ADF firmware resets...
[avision] wait_ready: sending TEST_UNIT_READY
[avision] filling command to have a length of 10, was: 6
[avision] Timeouts: write: 30000, read: 15000, status: 15000
[avision] try to write cmd, count: 10.
[sanei_usb] sanei_usb_write_bulk: trying to write 10 bytes
[sanei_usb] 000 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
wanted 10 bytes, wrote 10 bytes [avision] wrote 10 bytes
[avision] avision_usb_status: timeout 15000, 1 retries
[avision] ==> (bulk read) going down ...
[sanei_usb] sanei_usb_read_bulk: trying to read 1 bytes
[sanei_usb] 000
00 . [sanei_usb]
sanei_usb_read_bulk: wanted 1 bytes, got 1 bytes [avision] <== (bulk
read) got: 1, status: 0 [avision] get_accessories_info: Maximum
retries attempted, ADF unresponsive. [avision] sane_open: additional
probe failed: Operation not supported scanimage: open of device
avision:libusb:004:029 failed: Operation not supported
It seems the avision backend is unmaintained again. You could try
upgrading to a more recent version of sane, or one of our git
snapshots, that sometimes helps.
allan
I installed the latest git snapshot, the problem persists.
Where do I go from here?

Thanks,
David
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David Niklas
2017-01-30 21:32:26 UTC
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On Tue, 22 Nov 2016 20:54:55 -0800
Attached, for your consideration, are three patches I've worked up.
The first one adds support for a new "option skip-adf" in the
/etc/sane.d/avision.conf file. If you add this option, it should
prevent the "unsupported operation" error which is preventing
your scanner from working.
The second patch adds proper support for the "-source Transparency"
back-light recognition, so the backend doesn't spend 90 seconds
waiting unnecessarily for the lamp to warm up.
The third adds the ability to cancel a scan during the lamp
warmup period.
To apply, cd into a directory holding a copy of the current
sane-backends git tree, and then "patch -p1 < avision-1.patch"
(and similarly for the other two). Then, configure, make, and
install.
Please let me know if these work for you, or if you notice any
undesirable side effects.
Sorry for not getting back, I could not get the package manager
(portage), to accept that I would build the package.
I ended up creating en ebuild file and manually inserted it into
the package repository, which is hackish, but it works.

I looked at your patches and they seem quite clean.
Sadly, my scanner still does not work, but I think that the reasons are
unrelated. I'm inserting some of the debug info below.
If it makes any difference, my scanner's light was on.

Thanks,
David

[avision] try to write cmd, count: 10.
[sanei_usb] sanei_usb_write_bulk: trying to write 10 bytes
[sanei_usb] 000 28 00 69 00 0A 0D 00 00 04 00 (.i.......
[sanei_usb] sanei_usb_write_bulk: wanted 10 bytes, wrote 10 bytes
[avision] wrote 10 bytes
[avision] try to read 4 bytes
[sanei_usb] sanei_usb_read_bulk: trying to read 4 bytes
[sanei_usb] 000 00 00 02 40 ...@
[sanei_usb] sanei_usb_read_bulk: wanted 4 bytes, got 4 bytes
[avision] read 4 bytes
[avision] avision_usb_status: timeout 10000, 1 retries
[avision] ==> (bulk read) going down ...
[sanei_usb] sanei_usb_read_bulk: trying to read 1 bytes
[sanei_usb] 000 00 .
[sanei_usb] sanei_usb_read_bulk: wanted 1 bytes, got 1 bytes
[avision] <== (bulk read) got: 1, status: 0
[avision] adf_reset: raw data:
[avision] [0] 00000000b 0o 0d 0x
[avision] [1] 00000000b 0o 0d 0x
[avision] [2] 00000010b 2o 2d 2x
[avision] [3] 01000000b 100o 64d 40x
[avision] get_accessories_info: Waiting while ADF firmware resets...
[avision] wait_ready: sending TEST_UNIT_READY
[avision] filling command to have a length of 10, was: 6
[avision] Timeouts: write: 30000, read: 15000, status: 15000
[avision] try to write cmd, count: 10.
[sanei_usb] sanei_usb_write_bulk: trying to write 10 bytes
[sanei_usb] 000 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ..........
[sanei_usb] sanei_usb_write_bulk: wanted 10 bytes, wrote 10 bytes
[avision] wrote 10 bytes
[avision] avision_usb_status: timeout 15000, 1 retries
[avision] ==> (bulk read) going down ...
[sanei_usb] sanei_usb_read_bulk: trying to read 1 bytes
[sanei_usb] 000 00 .
[sanei_usb] sanei_usb_read_bulk: wanted 1 bytes, got 1 bytes
[avision] <== (bulk read) got: 1, status: 0
[avision] get_accessories_info: Maximum retries attempted, ADF unresponsive.
[avision] sane_open: additional probe failed: Operation not supported
scanimage: open of device avision:libusb:004:005 failed: Operation not supported
[dll] sane_exit: exiting
[dll] sane_exit: calling backend `avision's exit function
[avision] sane_exit:
[dll] sane_exit: finished
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David Niklas
2017-03-15 02:41:42 UTC
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On Mon, 30 Jan 2017 17:02:29 -0800
Post by David Niklas
Sorry for not getting back, I could not get the package manager
(portage), to accept that I would build the package.
I ended up creating en ebuild file and manually inserted it into
the package repository, which is hackish, but it works.
I looked at your patches and they seem quite clean.
Sadly, my scanner still does not work, but I think that the reasons
are unrelated. I'm inserting some of the debug info below.
If it makes any difference, my scanner's light was on.
[avision] wrote 10 bytes
[avision] avision_usb_status: timeout 15000, 1 retries
[avision] ==> (bulk read) going down ...
[sanei_usb] sanei_usb_read_bulk: trying to read 1 bytes
[sanei_usb] 000
00 . [sanei_usb]
sanei_usb_read_bulk: wanted 1 bytes, got 1 bytes [avision] <== (bulk
read) got: 1, status: 0 [avision] get_accessories_info: Maximum
retries attempted, ADF unresponsive. [avision] sane_open: additional
probe failed: Operation not supported scanimage: open of device
avision:libusb:004:005 failed: Operation not supported
This looks like one of the problems that my patches were intended to
correct.
In order to take advantage of my fix, you have to add a new option to
the avision.conf file in your SANE configuration directory. You'd have
to check the patch, but I think it's
option ignore-adf
That will tell the driver to trust the "No, there is no ADF here"
status from the device, rather than trying repeatedly to reset the ADF
and giving up when it can't.
<embarrassment percent="100">

I got it working, I'm going to have to apply the patches every time sane
rebuilds, but it works!

Thank you
Thank you
Thank you
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