I have got the following setup . SunOS miller 5.6 Generic sun4u sparc
Thanks to some much needed help from you the group,I got the USCSI ioctl
to access SCSI Disk drives on the above system.
The problem is that I would like to access any type of SCSI device -
not specifically a tape drive or cdrom.
How do I create a device name for USCSI to access (eg/dev/rdsk/c0t0d0s0)
for a device such as a Scanner or SAFTE device ? - noting that `boot
-r` doesn't seem to do it .
Is there a USCSI alternative ??
I have noted that there is a generic SCSI driver 'scg' available for
Solaris 2.5 , which works on 2.6 . It allows access to all the above. Is
there a replacement/alternative for this in Solaris 2.6 ?
Is there a change in Solaris 2.6 that makes SCSI access more easy ?
If not, how difficult would it be to write my own generic driver???
Thanks in advance for any help,
Senior Design Engineer