Re: [hatari-devel] SCSI emulation (was: Re: Identifying the presence of Hatari)

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Hi Thomas,

Interesting news! Looks as if this is Falcon SCSI, not TT SCSI? I
started Hatari with

hatari --machine falcon --tos /opt/atari/tos404.img --scsi 1=/home/us/hatari/scsi.img --trace scsidrv,scsi_cmd

and Hatari reported

INFO : Mounting hard drive image '/home/us/hatari/scsi.img'
INFO : Mounting IDE hard drive image /home/us/hatari/master.img
INFO : Mounting IDE hard drive image /home/us/hatari/slave.img

But there is no further mention of any SCSI related activity on the
console, and HDDRUTIL's ID check only finds the IDE devices.

Is there anything else I should configure?

Best regards


> Am Sun, 25 Mar 2018 21:25:18 -0400
> schrieb "Roger Burrows" <anodyne@xxxxxxxxxxxx>:
> > [...]
> > The best option would have been for Hatari to emulate the SCSI chip.
> > [...] 
> FWIW, very experimental SCSI emulation is now implemented (and now
> also enabled by default) in Hatari. Note that it's not available in the
> GUI yet, so you have to use the "--scsi" command line parameter or the
> config file to specify a drive.
>  Cheers,
>   Thomas

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