Has anyone ever seen a leading "X" before in a SCSI address?
rmt0 Available 00-07-A1-0,0 5.0 GB 8mm Tape Drive
rmt1 Available 00-07-A1-1,0 5.0 GB 8mm Tape Drive
rmt2 Available X0-04-00-4,0 Differential SCSI 8mm Tape Drive
This is a IBM 7208 model 341 20GB External 8mm tape drive attached to
a 4024 SCSI card.
There is no problems with using rmt2 for tar or cpio but it can not be
used in an application and I think that it might be because of the
leading "X" in the address. I might be wrong.
So if someone knows what this mean please let me know.