1. Linux read QIC-117 tapes in raw mode??
Does anyone know of anyone or any entity doing develoment on utilities in
Linux to read QIC-117 (Colorado Jumbo, Summit 250, etc.) tapes and dump the
blocks in raw BUT DECOMPRESSED format? I have a couple of tapes where I have
the record of WHERE the data I want is stored, in actual blocks, but thanks to
my *wonderful* tape software writing crap to the tape directory, the files are
not readable under normal circumstances. Come to find out, nobody on the
a file or whatever for later dissection and resurrection.
Anybody know is there's support in Linux for reading these types of tape
drives out without regard to tapedir?
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