Hello! Mike Stein wrote: > Still seems odd; maybe they used the same twisted cable motor control trick as the PC, maybe even with swapped drive designators... Nope, it's the 8250LP-style drive mechanism, with two separate cables for every drive (so 4 connectors on the mainboard). In fact, you can connect a 8250LP or SFD1001 drive to the C900 and it will work (however the TPI density will be different from the original drive). So no real reason to connect the only drive as #1 not #0. Now I remembered that even the Coherent system for C900 has /dev/fd1 but it does not have /dev/fd0 (though you could make it with an utility like mknod). Regards, Michau. Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2016-08-25 15:02:38
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