Subject: Re: Microtech USB to SCSI converter
To: Tracy Di Marco White <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Lennart Augustsson <email@example.com>
Date: 09/20/2000 01:30:34
It's very strange that you get no response at all when you plug it in.
Normally the kernel always says soemthing. Have you tried booting
with the device plugged in?
Looking at the Linuyx dump I'd say there's a fair chance that it
could work with NetBSD if the kernel was just able to find it.
Tracy Di Marco White wrote:
> I've had a chance to play with a Microtech USB to SCSI converter cable,
> It's got a DB25 SCSI connection. I plug it in, I see no response to
> it being plugged in, and I have USBVERBOSE enabled. I'm running 1.5ALPHA
> on i386.
> My husband was able to get it probed under Linux, what that showed I
> saved in http://www.public.iastate.edu/~gendalia/Microtech.
> Tracy J. Di Marco White
> Project Vincent Systems Manager