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Trying To Access Syquest Syjet 1.5gig SCSI Drive Via Parallel Port

I am trying to access the contents of a Syquest Syjet 1.5gb drive that I have connected to the parallel port. The cable allows for connection to the parallel port as well as a scsi device. I have ...
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Help requested to get Adaptec 7850T/7856T working again

I have an Adaptec AIC-7850T/7856T installed in a system running Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. It's connected to a Nikon LS-2000 scanner. It used to work with VueScan. According to my notes, all I did to get ...
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Help figuring the issue with this external hard drive

I am trying to mount a HFS+ device on Ubuntu Live, did install hfsprogs, but the device refuses to show up as /dev/sd* so I ran $ sudo lsusb Bus 002 Device 009: ID 1058:0748 Western Digital ...
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Force discovery of SAS device

I have a tape drive attach to an SAS card on my Ubuntu 18.04 box. If I power cycle the drive with the computer running /dev/nst0 disappears and does not come back without a reboot (which is a non-...
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Logitec LUB-SC2 SCSI to USB adapter not working

I want to use a Logic SCSI to USB adapter (LUB-SC2) to run my old SCSI film scanner. lshw and lsusb list the adapter but it is not working (Ubuntu 18.04): sudo lshw ... *-usb:1 UNGEFORDERT ...
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No device file for connected SAS drive

I am trying to mount a serial attached SCSI (SAS) hard drive on my Ubuntu 16.04.5 LTS system, but there doesn't seem to be a corresponding device file in /dev. It seems the system is recognizing the ...
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What is the meaning of `SCSI3 (0,0,0)` in Partition disks during Ubuntu installation?

I observed the following message during Ubuntu installation. What is the meaning of SCSI3 (0,0,0) in Partition disks during Ubuntu installation? I assume SCSI3 is the Small Computer System Interface ...
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LSI 9210-8i SAS card not being recognized under ubuntu - what am I missing?

I'm coming from an ESXi background where LSI SAS2008 drivers were provided by default. I'm excited about moving to Ubuntu so I am really hoping this will be a viable system for me to migrate to. ...
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Mounting Bernoulli 230 Disk

I'm using Xubuntu 18.04 and have connected an Iomega Bernoulli 230A drive to the system via SCSI. Running 'lsscsi' shows the drive is listed by scsi controller and seen by the OS. Unfortunately, I've ...
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Fiber tape changer missing on lsscsi

I'm configuring a server with Bacula to manipulate backups on a Dell TL4000 connected to the server via Fiber. During the configuration of the Bacula Director I've accessed the bconsole to see if the ...
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Ubuntu terminal commands using SCSI tool induce disk failure

I have written a code to do read & write(random file) pulling a hard disk performance.But,I also want to check when there is a disk failure.So,I am trying to induce disk failure using SCSI tool....
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How can I get the specific location of SSDs connected by an USB-SATA bridge?

I'm hoping someone can answer my question because I'm in a pinch right now. I already have a program on Python that validates the SSDs firmware info vs a Database info. So, if everything is ok, the ...
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Is there a faster way to scan SCSI ports different from 'sbin/rescan-scsi-bus'?

I'm currently developing a program that fetches and validates the information inside 5 SSDs at the same time. My problem is the command I'm using to scan the drives (/sbin/rescan-scsi-bus) takes too ...
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scsi slide-scanner is visible to scanimage -L once, then disappears

We have a slide-scanner from the early 2000s. It is recognized by the PC, but only once. There seems to be a tiny error in some config file (/etc/sane.d/, or in /etc/udev/rules.d), but we cannot ...
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Possible to get Ubuntu to see Fujitsu SAS controller (LSI Logic SAS1068E)?

Is it possible to get Ubuntu to see Fujitsu SAS controller? On Windows I think the Intel C600 drivers made the hardware visible, but I cannot seem to be able to find Intel C600 drivers for Ubuntu. ...
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CD tray not responding

I have an issue with my laptop's CD tray : whenever I put a CD inside, it rotates and then stops following the same cycles for like 5 minutes during which none of the CD related commands and tools ...
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How can I invoke “scsi start stop” from command-line since gnome-disks seems to support this call?

I'm on Ubuntu 14.04LTS. Gnome-disk-utility has a button which invokes the scsi start stop unit command on a selected device. I'd like to invoke scsi stop for a device (in my case an empty SD-card ...
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How do I rescan drives I've expanded?

I frequently expand drives on my VMs. How can I rescan the drives without rebooting the server?