USB_DEREGISTER(9) USB Core APIs USB_DEREGISTER(9)NAME
usb_deregister - unregister a USB interface driver
void usb_deregister(struct usb_driver * driver);
USB operations of the interface driver to unregister
must be able to sleep
Unlinks the specified driver from the internal USB driver list.
If you called usb_register_dev, you still need to call usb_deregister_dev to clean up your driver's allocated minor numbers, this * call
will no longer do it for you.
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USCANNER(4) BSD Kernel Interfaces Manual USCANNER(4)NAME
uscanner -- minimal USB support for scanners
uscanner* at uhub?
The uscanner driver provides minimal support for USB scanners. The driver recognizes a number of USB scanners, but to actually scan anything
there needs to be software that knows about the particular scanner. The SANE package provides support for some scanners.
The uscanner driver works with the following scanners:
Perfection 1200U Photo
Many other scanners are recognized, but there is no software support for them yet.
SEE ALSO scanimage(1), usb(4), usscanner(4)
USB Scanners under Linux, http://www.buzzard.org.uk/jonathan/scanners-usb.html.
The uscanner driver appeared in NetBSD 1.6.
This driver should not really exist. The scanners it recognizes can be accessed through the ugen(4) driver instead. A proper scanner driver
would provide a uniform interface to scanners instead of exposing the innards of the scanner. The reason the driver exists is to have some-
thing that is compatible with the Linux driver.
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