I'll have to look more closely at the documents when the second one shows up then (current status being "Shipping Label Created, USPS Awaiting Item")You can use the support email that shipped with your unit to report bugs, but I watch this thread as well.
I think it originally shipped with 1.0.0 or 1.0.1, I also tried after updating to 1.0.2 but got the same results. NetBSD is more likely to stress some less-used SCSI features, as it also run on multiple workstation/server-class systems that actually used multiple LUNs per ID back in the day...Which firmware version are you running? LUN handling was changed in v0.11.0 to fix this issue in Win98/XP.
sudo hmount /dev/sda2 2 sudo hcopy -r CWPro_2_Tools_199710.cdr :
Random things that could be useful if you have nothing better to do (just ideas, not requests! my only request is for MacSD to work with NetBSD/mac68k)
(a) being able to use extended partition for drives, or using a partitioning mechanism on the SD that allows for more than 4 partitions, so as to be able to export more than 3 drives using this mechanism;
The partition mechanism is super convenient I think, because I can then read the Apple partition table in Linux from the 'real' partition and exchange data using 'hfsutils', e.g. if the SD card is on /dev/sda and my MacOS 8 boot disk is on partition 2 of the SD (so seen by linux as /dev/sda2), I can do e.g.:
And it's a lot faster than going through the network from the Mac (and it skips the copy necessary via MacSD commander when you put the data on the first partition).
My perception is that it's faster.
1228KB/sec read, 900KB/sec write, 1ms seek.
I didn't succeed in installing NetBSD at all. Using the 'new' method (installer running in OS8), the un-tar'ing process quite quickly fails with an SCSI error. I've also tried the 'old' method, but I only have access to the first two IDs (due to ghosting) and an attempt to install went a bit further but eventually failed - I can't remember exactly why (been at it intermitently for a while). It did success in downloading and installing some stuff (so it did succeed in mouting the filesystem and writing to it I suppose), but either it did not finish or I couldn't boot it.Aside from the duplicated devices, does mounting one work fine?
I did not say; I have SCSI2SD v 5.2 which is slower then v6My SCSI2SD v6 in an 8600/300 gets roughly 7500KB/sec read and 4800KB/sec writes and the same near-zero seeks/accesses as all of the SD tools. Some other community members got better numbers than those. At those speeds they outperform stock Mac discs into the mid '90s. My Beige G3/300's stock 8-gig disk can just about top that at 11400KB/sec read and 11400KB/sec write. I don't have stock numbers from the Gen2 PCI PowerMac era on hand, however.