Random driver for insanely old hardware

User Ota ota at animenfo.com
Tue Feb 12 02:24:06 UTC 2008

On Mon, Feb 11, 2008 at 09:10:13PM -0500, Robert Huff wrote:
> User Ota writes:
> >  Today I was browsin around Value Village (big giant thrift
> >  department store in Canada) here in Sudbury, and I came across A
> >  "GCC Technologies UltraDrive 50R", SCSI based and external --
> >  from 1990.
> >  
> >  Anyways, my question is: I cannot find ANYTHING whatsoever on the
> >  internet about this product.  Out of pure curiosity, was there
> >  ever a driver available for FreeBSD; or, if you can comment,
> >  linux kernel?  I just really wanna know. :P
> 	If it's really and truly SCSI, then it Should Just Work like
> any other SCSI hardware.
> 				Robert Huff

I have a 486 lying around somewhere, an old AHA-154x SCSI controller, I 
just need the external cable to attach it.  I would lol hard if it 
worked, and probably then go on to use it like everything else.  I was 
thinking that originally about it working like everything else, but I 
wonder how hard it is to find a cartridge for the machine :P

Btw I bought it for $2.00 CAD.

Russell Doucette

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