|author||Louis Lagendijk <email@example.com>||2017-01-06 22:15:24 +0100|
|committer||Louis Lagendijk <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2017-01-06 22:15:24 +0100|
Update the sane-pixma man-page for the new timout setting option.
1 files changed, 26 insertions, 8 deletions
diff --git a/doc/sane-pixma.man b/doc/sane-pixma.man
index c8e0348..a6f87b8 100644
@@ -217,21 +217,21 @@ support dynamic loading).
The backend configuration file (see also description of
-below). The files contains an optional list of networked scanners. Normally
-only scanners that can not be auto-detected because they are on a different
+below). The file contains an optional list of networked scanners. Normally
+only scanners that cannot be auto-detected because they are on a different
subnet shall be listed here. If your OS does not allow enumeration of
-interfaces (i.e. it does not support the getifaddrs() function) you may need
+interfaces (i.e. it does not support the getifaddrs() function) you also may need
to add your scanner here as well.
-Scanners shall be listed as:
+.I Scanners shall be listed in the configuraton file as follows:
where method indicates the protocol used (bjnp is used for inkjet multi-functionals
-and mfnp is used for laser multi-functionals).
+and mfnp is used for laser multi-functionals).
host is the hostname or IP address of the scanner, e.g. bjnp://10.0.1.4
for IPv4, bjnp://[2001:888:118e:18e2:21e:8fff:fe36:b64a] for a literal
@@ -240,7 +240,25 @@ IPv6-address or bjnp://myscanner.mydomain.org for a hostname.
The port number is optional and in normally implied by the method.
Port 8610 is the standard port for mfnp, 8612 for bjnp.
-Define each scanner on a new line.
+A scanner specific timeout value for the network protocol can be set using the
+bjnp-timeout parameter. The value is in ms.
+Define scanners each on a new line.
+More globally applicable tinmeouts can be set using the bjnp-timeout parameter as folllows:
+A timeout defined using bjnp-timeout will apply to the following scanner definitions
+in the file. If required the bjnp-timeout setting
+can be defined multiple times, where each settng will apply only to the scanners that
+follow the setting. The last setting is used for the auto discovered scanners.
+If not explicitely set, the default 1000ms setting will apply.
+Setting timeouts should only be required in exceptional cases.
.SH USB SUPPORT
USB scanners will be auto-detected and require no configuration.
.SH NETWORKING SUPPORT