I just saw an ad for a 4X 7 CD Mountain SCSI changer for around $500. Anyone
have any experience with this in Linux?
I have saw one hitched up to a Linux box and it seemed to be running
ok. It appears a one device with seven LUNs, and I think the recent
kernels only probe the first one. This because other broken drives
will puke when the other LUNs are checked, and people tired of adding
the model numbers to the blacklist. Other than that, go for it, they
are being dumped at really good prices.
John M. This post was 100% M$ Free!
Can this board work with Linux:
It was given to me off an old Mountain Tape Drive system.
It says that it is a pc/at SCSI host adapter.
The "main" chip states that it is a NCR 53c94.
Can I make this be a SCSI driver for a tape drive or disk drive,
Thanks for the help!