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    Writing to RASCSI -> Crash

    Ok, long time, little progress.... until now. I got this sorted out by doing two things 1) update rascsi to the latest, and 2) initialize / partition the disk with Silverlining. I think it was the Silverlining drivers that got it working in the end. So if you, like me, have these sort of...
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    Writing to RASCSI -> Crash

    Specifically it's this bit in the receive function. // If not able to receive all, move to status phase if (len != (int)ctrl.length) { LOGERROR("%s Not able to receive %d data, only received %d. Going to error",__PRETTY_FUNCTION__, (int)ctrl.length, len); Error(); return; } But what could...
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    Writing to RASCSI -> Crash

    Setup is rascsi (raspberry pi3 b) with an SE/30. Writing to a disk image on the rascsi result in a crash. After about 10 seconds into the writing the log contains: [error] virtual void SCSIDEV::Receive() Not able to receive 512 data, only received 190. Going to error The number 190 is not...
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    MagicSD for SCSI2SD owners

    Could it work with cygwin?
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    Introducing (and interest check) AirTalk: Wireless plug-and-play LocalTalk dongles

    I'll vote for case or at least with option. I'd also like to express my intrest in getting one, if you have any unclaimed remaining.
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    Introducing (and interest check) AirTalk: Wireless plug-and-play LocalTalk dongles

    Wow, this is interesting. Sign me up for a few :) Finally time to dust off netatalk.
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    Disk images for scsi2sd?

    Yes, that's a good idea. But are you sure about the sector count? According to file(1) the first partition is only 100 blocks and the second 120...? But then again, I'm not really sure 1) how to interpret the output of file or 2) that file is correct. On the other hand, what can go wrong by a...
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    Disk images for scsi2sd?

    I tried that and unfortunately vMac thinks it's not a mac disk at all and asks to initialize it. Basilisk cannot see the file at all, probably due to size (15GB). But I really like the idea and I appreciate all help so far.
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    Disk images for scsi2sd?

    Yes, I totally agree :-) But how can I access the contents of the image file then? That's the question. How can I access the contents of a multi partition image file? I do have (limited) access to an iMac G4 with 10.5.something on it, and also a Macbook with Big Sur.
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    Disk images for scsi2sd?

    Hi @just.in.time, thanks for answering :) Yes I see. Reformating will destroy the contents. Currently there are partitions in the image file with lots of stuff in them. If possible, I'd like to keep that. I'm not really interested in having lots of partitions as it seems very complicated, but...
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    Disk images for scsi2sd?

    So I recently got hold of an image file. There are multiple partitions in the same image. The question now is how can I get this working with an external scs2i2sd (the one that plugs into the back). The file(1) command gives me the output below. How do I configure the scs2sd to get it booted...
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