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Addressing ide-tape as a scsi-tape

jbk <jbk at> writes:

> I have an Ide tape drive that I would like to
> address as a scsi drive. I have seen some sketchy
> documentation on doing this but no definitive
> Howto. Has anyone done this? From the CDwriting
> Howto I am lead to believe that I would follow a
> similar procedure.
> Any insite would be appreciated

If you're looking for a hardware solution, you might ask at;
I've been considering their ARS-2000FU Bridge Smart product, which
is a bolt-on scsi controller for an ide hard drive. It may only work for
hard drives, but it wouldn't hurt to ask their tech support if it would
work for a tape drive.
    Tech Support: support at, +1-877-TW-ACARD (09:00AM - 09:00PM, 

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