Re: Configure tape drive ?
There can be a number of reasons
- malfunctioning hardware of the tapedrive itself
- damaged scsi-cable (check the connectors good)
last year I had a scsi-cable with some pins bended, gave me a lot of
pain-in-the-neck before i found the problem.
- no or defunct scsi-terminator.
- duplicate scsi-selector
I noticed that your connor drive uses scsi-id 4, which is often used for
the tape drive......
Kind regards, SDHans
Alain & Estelle BARBET wrote:
> Thank for your reply ....
> target 1
> Unit 0 disk SEAGATE ....
> Target 3
> Unit 0 disk QUANTUM ...
> Target 4
> Unit 0 disk CONNER ....
> I have 2 externals disk and one internal .... mmmh no tape drive here !
> What the probleme ?
> hans witvliet a écrit :
> > just a small question:
> > Before booting (when you have the OK> prompt, if you type:
> > probe-scsi
> > Is your tape drive correctly recognized?
> > Alain & Estelle BARBET wrote:
> > >
> > > Hi !
> > > Thank you to pass some time to help me ... I've installed Debian on a
> > > Sparc 4 and try to use a tape drive. I cannot see it in /proc/scsi. I
> > > use the kernel 2.1.125 and allow the compile of tape driver ....
> > >
> > > So I try to install ftape, but can't see an option for the Sparc
> > > processor and the compile fail .... Do you have any idees to use this
> > > famous Sun tape drive ?
> > >
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