mcguire at neurotica.com
Fri Nov 5 13:15:56 CDT 2010
On 11/5/10 2:01 PM, Alexandre Souza - Listas wrote:
>>> Never. That's why I'm so interested. Seems something interesting to
>>> loose some time. Who knows I can create a sd-card-to-scsi bridge? :)
> Oh no!! Beat him senseless!
> He had a 9mm pistol on his hand, I don't think it would be smart :(
>> There is no strange formatting, in the way that we normally think of
>> "formatting". It is not possible to reach those levels of a SCSI
>> device, so there are no incompatibilities. The host says "give me
>> block number 5324985", and sometime later, the target hard drive says
>> "hey host, here's the data for block number 5324985 that you asked
>> for". Zero format compatibility issues.
> This is **VERY** interesting. I think I'll buy a zip drive tomorrow and
> one or two zip disks and begin to read/write things to see how it works.
> So bad I'll stay "grounded" for about 2 to 3 months before my new lab
> gets ready :(
> I'll do something even on kitchen table :D
If memory serves, you are an AVR guy. You can easily bit-bang the
SCSI protocol from a microcontroller. I think there are people here who
have done it. I've looked at it and it doesn't seem like it'd be
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