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/sane.d/sharp.conf

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 1# The options are only meaningful if the backend was
 2# compiled with USE_FORK defined
 3#
 4# option buffersize: size of one buffer allocated as shared
 5#    memory for data transfer between the reader process
 6#    and the parent process
 7# option buffers: number of these buffers
 8#    The minimum is 2
 9# option readqueue: number of queued read requests. This is
10#    with the current SANE version (1.01) only useful for
11#    Linux, since queued read requests are not supported
12#    for other operating systems. 
13#
14#    For Linux, a value of 2 is recommended, at least if a
15#    JX-250 is used. Bigger values are only a waste of memory.
16#
17#    For other operationg systems, set this value to zero
18#
19# option stop_on_fsu_error: should be 0 or 1. If set to 0,
20#    the "FSU light dispersion error" does not cause the abortion
21#    of a scan.
22#
23# option default_scan_source: valid values are "auto", "fsu", "adf"
24#    and "flatbed". For "auto", the backend will enable an ADF or
25#    or FSU, if installed. 
26#    
27# global options:
28option buffers 4
29option buffersize 131072
30option readqueue 2
31option stop_on_fsu_error 1
32option default_scan_source auto
33# look for all devices with vendor ID "SHARP" and type "Scanner"
34scsi SHARP * Scanner
35# no options specific to these devices listed -> use global options
36/dev/scanner
37# options specific to /dev/scanner
38  option buffers 6
39  option buffersize 262144
40  option readqueue 2
41# example for another (Linux) device name:
42#/dev/sg1