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/sane.d/coolscan2.conf

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 1# coolscan2.conf: sample configuration file for coolscan2 backend
 2#
 3# The following entrie checks for your scanner by manufacturer (SCSI)
 4# and by vendor and product ID (USB). This is what the backend does when
 5# no configuration file can be found.
 6#
 7auto
 8
 9# You can also configure the backend for specific device files, but this
10# should not normally be necessary (under Linux at least).
11# Syntax for specific devices: <interface>:<device>
12#
13# For a SCSI scanner, uncomment and edit the following line:
14#scsi:/dev/scanner
15#
16# For a USB scanner, uncomment and edit the following line:
17#usb:/dev/usbscanner
18#
19# For an IEEE 1394 scanner, use the SBP2 protocol (under Linux, use the
20# sbp2 kernel module), and your scanner will be handled as a SCSI device.