I have set up my SCSI2SD with SCSI ID 6 (needed for the IIGS to recognize it, apparently) and a 30MB drive. Here are my results.
When I load Copy II Plus, it recognizes the drive. I can format it from there. There isn't an option to initialize it. I am not entirely sure what that actually means anyhow.
From Copy II Plus, I can also copy the contents of my System 6.0.1 disk onto it (although there is an error at some point) and it becomes bootable (almost), but then says that I need a SCSI driver on it in order to boot. How it begins to boot in the first place without the SCSI driver in place is beyond me.
If I put in the System 6.0.1 drive and boot it up (I have to manually set startup slot to 5 in this case), there is no hard drive icon on the desktop. When I pop in the system tools disk and run advanced disk utility, I can't see the hard drive anywhere no matter how many times I click the "disk" button.
I just can't figure out how to get System 6.0.1 to recognize the disk. It seems the IIGS itself is recognizing it just fine.
Does anyone have any recommendations?