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Re: Need recommendation for SCSI card

On Wed, 9 Jul 2003, Brendan J Simon wrote:

> Hi,
> Can anyone recommend a good solid SCSI card that works with Linux and
> tape backaups.

I think there is basically only a few to choose from.
Adaptec, ATTO, and SIIG.
I have a ATTO card. It works great and is LSI based.
The Linux drivers work just fine, Thank you.
I suppose the Adaptec would work just as well.
I forget which chip the SIIG card has and it is
less expensive than the ATTO.
> Is there any advantage to going to an external drive (besides
> portability of the device).

Hmmm.  Not sure it would fit in my G4 Mac.  Maybe in the
zip drive slot or take out the CDRW drive and put it there.


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