Discussion:
Canon imaceClass MF230 not detecting
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Peter Talbott
2017-03-19 17:53:37 UTC
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I don't know if anyone could help, but I cant get my scanner to detect.
here is the output:

***@UbuntuLaptop:/# scanimage -V
scanimage (sane-backends) 1.0.26git; backend version 1.0.26
***@UbuntuLaptop:/# export SANE_DEBUG_PIXMA=3
***@UbuntuLaptop:/# export SANE_DEBUG_BJNP=3
***@UbuntuLaptop:/# scanimage
[sanei_debug] Setting debug level of pixma to 3.
[pixma] pixma is compiled with pthread support.
[pixma] pixma version 0.17.34
[sanei_debug] Setting debug level of bjnp to 3.
[bjnp] sanei_bjnp_find_devices, pixma backend version: 0.17.34
[bjnp] sanei_bjnp_find_devices: No devices specified in configuration file.
[bjnp] sanei_bjnp_find_devices: Added all configured scanners, now do
auto detection...
[bjnp] prepare_socket: lo is not a valid IPv4 interface, skipping...
[bjnp] prepare_socket: wlan0 is IPv4 capable, sending broadcast, socket = 11
[bjnp] prepare_socket: lo is not a valid IPv6 interface, skipping...
[bjnp] prepare_socket: wlan0 is IPv6 capable, sending broadcast, socket = 12
[bjnp] sanei_bjnp_find_devices: Select returned, time left 0.370320....
[bjnp] get_scanner_name: Forward lookup for mf230.local succeeded, using
as hostname
[bjnp] bjnp_allocate_device(mfnp://mf230.local:8610/timeout=1000) 0
[bjnp] get_scanner_name: Forward lookup for mf230.local succeeded, using
as hostname
[bjnp] setup_udp_socket: Setting up a UDP socket, dest: 172.16.184.25
port 8610
[bjnp] bjnp_allocate_device: Scanner not yet in our list, added it:
mf230.local:8610
[bjnp] setup_udp_socket: Setting up a UDP socket, dest: 172.16.184.25
port 8610
[bjnp] get_scanner_id: Scanner identity string =
MFG:CANON;CMD:MFNP1,MultiPASS 2.1;MDL:Canon MF230
Series;CLS:IMG;DES:Canon MF230 Series; - length = 88
[bjnp] get_scanner_id: Scanner model = Canon MF230 Series
[bjnp] add_scanner: New scanner added:
mfnp://mf230.local:8610/timeout=1000, serial mf230.local, mac addres:
84ba3b91910e.
[bjnp] sanei_find_devices: scanner discovery finished...
[pixma] pixma_find_scanners() found 0 devices
scanimage: output is not a file, exiting
***@UbuntuLaptop:/#
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Torfinn Ingolfsen
2017-03-19 18:18:43 UTC
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Hello,
Post by Peter Talbott
I don't know if anyone could help, but I cant get my scanner to detect.
[bjnp] get_scanner_name: Forward lookup for mf230.local succeeded, using
as hostname
[bjnp] bjnp_allocate_device(mfnp://mf230.local:8610/timeout=1000) 0
[bjnp] get_scanner_name: Forward lookup for mf230.local succeeded, using
as hostname
[bjnp] setup_udp_socket: Setting up a UDP socket, dest: 172.16.184.25
port 8610
mf230.local:8610
[bjnp] setup_udp_socket: Setting up a UDP socket, dest: 172.16.184.25
port 8610
[bjnp] get_scanner_id: Scanner identity string =
MFG:CANON;CMD:MFNP1,MultiPASS 2.1;MDL:Canon MF230
Series;CLS:IMG;DES:Canon MF230 Series; - length = 88
[bjnp] get_scanner_id: Scanner model = Canon MF230 Series
84ba3b91910e.
Here it looks like it is detected.
Post by Peter Talbott
[bjnp] sanei_find_devices: scanner discovery finished...
[pixma] pixma_find_scanners() found 0 devices
Even if this line says it is not.

But if you look at the supported list for the Pixma backend:
http://sane-project.org/sane-backends.html#S-PIXMA
the only MFnnn scanners reported as supported there are MF210 and
MF220 series, plus MF810 / 820, and they are all marked as untested.
So, more testing is needed.
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