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iam using 32 bit centos 6.2 on my machine. i have purchase TP-LINK, TL-WN727N wireless usb, but i was not able to install on my desktop. i was not able to find drivers for centos 6.2 official site of TPLINK.
$ uname -a
Linux workstation 2.6.32-220.el6.i686 #1 SMP Tue Dec 6... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: paruhang
I have solaris 10 sparc running and working very well
but i have problem with external SCSI tape drive DAT 72 problem
it seems to me the tape drive is manufactured by SUN microsystems
when i ran ls -l /dev/rmt/0
it reveals the following output
bash-3.00# mt -f /dev/rmt/0... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: email@example.com
Well I have just added new tape drive to my server (lto)
However I am getting few errors in using it. I have checked status with
#iostat -En : giving me few hard errors, few soft errors and execution error.
Also tape status is not visible as "no sense" its coming as "no additional sense".
I... (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: saurabh84g
Hello, we are trying to install an HP DAT drive on an IBM AIX RS6000 server. We have attached the SCSI connection and power cylced the unit, but still cannot see the device in smit.
I am only a couple months into AIX, so I am very green! The server we are working on is in a lab environment,... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: dayinthelife
my server os version is openserver 5.0.6.from past few days it is giving problem while taking backup.it is giving error such that "TAPE WRITE ERROR".anyone can help to come out of this. (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: prakrithi
Can anybody help me out to mount USB flash /floppy drive in sco openserver 6.0 . (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: sureshdrajan
I'm new in SCO 6. I installed SCO 6 with NIC driver Properly.
But I cann't install and Configure USB Printer In SCO 6.
Any one help me?
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Discussion started by: karzon
I will be honest I am quite new to UNIX and Solaris so this may be a simple thing.
I have just purchased a Sun (rebranded HP obviously) DAT DDS3 SCSI tape drive for my Sun Ultra 10 running Solaris 10.
I have previously fitted a SCSI card to the box which has configured ok and can be seen from... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: mattw
Will someone help in giving the clue to installating Travan Tape drive on Redhat 8.0
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Discussion started by: kayode
I am having some major problems at present with a HP dat drive under RH9. The drive worked fine previously under RH8, but now does not work.
I am using kernel 2.4.20-30.9 on a i686 athlon intel box.
My messages log shows the below:
Apr 23 11:39:24 devsys kernel: ahc_pci:1:6:0:... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: dkimber6
chs(7D) Devices chs(7D)
chs - IBM ServeRAID PCI host adapter driver
The chs driver is the IBM ServeRAID PCI controller driver.
Known Problems and Limitations
To prevent data loss, a SCSI disk drive that is not defined as part of any physical pack within a logical drive will not be accessible
through the Solaris operating environment.
Auto-configuration code determines whether the adapter is present at the configured address and what types of devices are attached to it.
The IBM ServeRAID is primarily used as a disk array (system drive) controller.
To configure the attached disk arrays, you must configure the controller (using the configuration utilities provided by the hardware manu-
facturer) before booting the Solaris operating environment You use the configuration utilities to set RAID levels, stripe parameters, cache
mechanisms and perform other functions. For more information, see the user manual supplied with your hardware.
/kernel/drv/chs.conf chs configuration file
/dev/dsk/cndn[s|p]n block device
/dev/rdsk/cndn[s|p]n raw device where:
cn controller n
dn LUN n (0-7)
sn UNIX system slice n (0-15)
pn fdisk(1M) partition(0)
See attributes(5) for a description of the following attributes:
| ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE |
|Architecture |x86 |
fdisk(1M), attributes(5), cmdk(7D)
SunOS 5.10 27 November 2000 chs(7D)