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Re: scsi-controller



Richard Wallman schrieb:
Mario Urban wrote:
after some trouble with old pre-ide controllers, afaik mfm:
are scsi-controllers (and disks) supported by elks?

If the SCSI card provides the drives via BIOS then the ELKS BIOS disk
driver may work. (It's built in by default)

If you boot the machine with a DOS disk and the drive appears without
having to load any SCSI drivers, then it probably does provide drive
access via BIOS.

Worth a try, at least.


it is an old seagate 8bit isa scsi-controller.
works well with Dos. No need for a special driver.

Mario

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