Newbie on ArgyllCMS, long time Linux user. I'm looking to profile
paper/printer/ink for an Epson P800 with 3rd party inks. I'm also using a
Linux RIP (Turboprint). I've been using ColorHug for display calibration.
Argyll version is standard from the Ubuntu apt archive (1.5.1-5ubuntu1)
targen went fine, creating three TIF files, which I printed up.
But, when I use chartread, there is no "beep" or any visual indication of a
- The ColorMunki is recognized and it's calibrated. Here's the output:
"/usr/bin/chartread" -v "canonluster"
Steps in each Pass = 14
Passes in each Strip = 7, 7, 1
Instrument Type: ColorMunki
Serial Number: 2079309
Firmware version: 288
Chip ID: 01-5EBA10180000A5
Version string: 'colormunki FW V1.32 Build Nr. 1303'
Calibration Ver.: 6
Production No.: 153361
Set instrument sensor to calibration position,
and then hit any key to continue,
or hit Esc or Q to abort:
However, once I'm prompted to start strip scanning, nothing seems to
happen. I tried clicking the ColorMunki key, then scan, then hitting the
key again. I tried the "f" or a space bar--but there was never an
indication that the A strip was read. When I checked a few Youtube videos,
I could hear a beep, and see the terminal prompt for reading the next row.
There is no response to the scan of my first row. I then ran it in debug,
and put the log.txt into a folder:
Any ideas why I'm stuck at the first pass of a scan ?
Ready to read strip pass A
Press 'f' to move forward, 'b' to move back, 'n' for next unread,
'd' when done, Esc or 'q' to quit without saving.
Trigger instrument switch or any other key to start:
Thanks for any guidelines.