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WT(4)				   BSD Kernel Interfaces Manual 			    WT(4)

     wt -- Archive/Wangtek cartridge tape driver

     wt0 at isa? port 0x300 irq 5 drq 1

     The wt driver provides support for the following Archive and Wangtek boards:


     Raw devices are indicated by an ``r'' preceding the device name.  The driver can be opened
     with either rewind on close (/dev/rst*) or no rewind on close (/dev/nrst*) options.

     The tape format is specified by adding 8 or 16 to the device number.  For example, for the
     wt0 device's raw rewind on close device nodes, /dev/rwt0 is the 150 MByte density device,
     /dev/rwt8 is the 120 MByte density device, and /dev/rwt16 is the 60 MByte device.


     The wt driver conflicts unpleasantly with the we driver (SMC Ethernet adapters) at the same
     I/O address.  The probe reprograms their EEPROMs.

BSD					  July 10, 1995 				      BSD
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