SCSI expert needed

Date: Tue, 25 Jan 2011 21:16:37 +0100
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Hallo allemaal,

I'm still busy disassembling the 9060. A lot of the bus controller 
is the same as the 8050, a lot isn't. The disk controller is 
completely different. 

As you know, the 9060 has a SASI interface, see: 
<>. The info on my site is 
the only info I have about it SASI so far. As you can read, it 
needs six command bytes. It is said that it is the predecessor of 
SCSI. My hope is that SCSI also uses the same command bytes 

My questions:
- Who can confirm that SCSI uses these 6 command bytes as well?
- If so, what is their meaning?
- Of course I searched Internet but "SCSI" gives me to many hits. 
Who knows a nice "SCSI for dummies" link?

I hope someone can help me, especially André, having developed his 
own SCSI-cards! 

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