Book about DEC and SCSI-devices.

Book about DEC and SCSI-devices.

Post by Koos Remigi » Thu, 20 Sep 1990 16:36:26



There is a book from DEC about SCSI-devices.
It's called "VMS version 5.3 Small Computer System Interface (SCSI)
                Device support manual."

It gives you some inside info how DEC sees the SCSI connection.
There is also an example SCSI-Driver in source-code.

Hope this info is of some use for someone out there.

The order number of the book is : AA-PAJ2A-TE

Cheers,
Koos Remigius.
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