Subject: Re: scsi info
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Niklas Hallqvist <email@example.com>
Date: 09/17/1994 20:10:19
>>>>> "Michael" == Michael L Hitch <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Michael> Well, I wrote a GVP driver for Minix. I don't recall
Michael> seeing a driver from anyone else for Minix, but I've had very
Michael> little to do with Minix for quite a while. I can't remember
Michael> if I received a doc file from you - I think I used the
Michael> information from the Mach driver. I'll have to look though
Michael> some old mail to see if I've still got anything.
I don't think it was you, but rather someone outside the Mach project.
What the doc file had that the drivers have not are a stab at describing
the Series I controller and a description of the AmigaDOS device structures.
I never cared about implementing such support as I had no Series I card.
The AmigaDOS structures were only useful when reading gvpscsi.device code.
Anyway, I think that the source is as good as my doc on the series II, so
just use any driver source, be it Mach, Minix, NetBSD 0.8, or late NetBSD.
It's a very simple (too simple) DMAC.