SUMMARY: Using 4200c under Solaris 2.3

Date: Fri Nov 11 1994 - 00:05:01 CST

ORIGINAL Question:


has anyone the right st.conf parameter for Exabyte 4200c DAT ??
Is it possible to write in uncompressed mode from Solaris 2.3?

I will summarize.


Here is the right st.conf configuration (expanded with other Exabyte devices -- Many thanks to
Mr. Dorer from DATAMAN Germany)

# Entry for the Exabyte 8mm and 4mm tape drives
tape-config-list =
        "EXABYTE EXB-8205", "Exabyte 8205 8mm hh drive", "EXB-8205-data",
        "EXABYTE EXB8205", "Exabyte 8205 8mm hh drive", "EXB-8205-data",
        "EXABYTE EXB-8505", "Exabyte 8505 8mm hh drive", "EXB-8505-data",
        "EXABYTE EXB8505", "Exabyte 8505 8mm hh drive", "EXB-8505-data",
        "EXABYTE EXB-8500C","Exabyte 8500C 8mm fh drive","EXB8500C-data",
        "EXABYTE EXB8500C", "Exabyte 8500C 8mm fh drive","EXB8500C-data",
                 "EXABYTE EXB-4200", "Exabyte 4200 4mm drive", "EXB4200-data",
        "EXABYTE EXB-4402", "Exabyte 4402 4mm drive", "EXB4402-data",
        "EXABYTE EXB-4404", "Exabyte 4402 4mm drive", "EXB4404-data";
        EXB-8205-data = 1,0x28,1024,0x0039,4,0x14,0x90,0x90,0x90,2;
        EXB-8505-data = 1,0x29,1024,0x0039,4,0x14,0x90,0x15,0x8c,4;
        EXB-8500C-data = 1,0x29,1024,0x0039,4,0x14,0x90,0x15,0x8c,4;
        EXB4200-data = 1,0x34,0,0x0039,4,0x63,0x43,0x43,0x43,2;
        EXB4402-data = 1,0x34,0,0x0039,4,0x63,0x43,0x43,0x43,2;
        EXB4404-data = 1,0x34,0,0x0039,4,0x63,0x43,0x43,0x43,2;

Many thanks to all. All responses gave me important informations

Donald McLachlan Communications Research Centre / DRX
Stefan Dorer DATAMAN Germany

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