> You really do not want to hook a scanner up to the same SCSI buss as your
> disk drives, if you ask me. I have my disks on one SCSI buss and my
> Scanner and CD-RW drive on another.
> Brian Beattie | The only problem with
> firstname.lastname@example.org | winning the rat race ...
> www.aracnet.com/~beattie | in the end you're still a rat
I'm not sure why you say this, but you must have a reason. I've been
using Adaptec SCSI controllers on my machines since 1988 or so and that's
one of their niceties, just toss on a device, disks, tape, scanners, cdrom,
and they get recognized. Modulo setting the device numbers and terminators
of course. I'm curious about why you would have these bad experiences.
You pay more for a real full featured SCSI controller, but you save in
Tom Napolitano | Linux, the choice of the GNU generation.
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