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This drive has quirks which are known and work around code is present in the scsi tape device driver st 4.
How to activate the datacompression at SCSI-DAT-Streamer HP CA ??
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This drive will occasionally hang during a tape eject operation mt offline. Don’t see what you’re looking for? Image Unavailable Image not available for Color: IBM and Emerald units will not work. Turn on 1-Click ordering for this browser. The particular drive had firmware revision See offer for details. Learn more about Amazon Prime. Item is in your Cart. Build and install a new kernel. There’s a problem loading this menu right now.
Pressing the front panel button c15333a eject the tape and bring the tape drive back to life. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. HP consciously choose not to support the decoding of this information for DAT audio purposes and so did not implement the necessary hardware architecture additions and firmware extensions to acheive this.
There are at least two significantly different models: Alexa 1c533a Analytics for the Web. If you have a SCSI-2 controller, short jumper 6. The st 4 driver provides support for 8mm Exabyte4mm DAT: At present the kernel drivers do not automatically change tapes at the end of a volume.
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There are a large number of firmware configurations for this drive, some have been customized to a particular vendor’s hardware. Early DDS1 and DDS2 drives from other manufacturers many years ago did support the ability to decode the digital audio info and even included an audio jack at the front of the product to allow the user listen audioo DAT audio tapes with a set of headphones in the same way one listens to CD audio on a CDROM drive today.
Hi, No you can’t. Neither lasted more than 5 months. The drive reads 60, and MB tapes.