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  1. <SCSI2SD>
  2. <BoardConfig>
  3.     <!-- ********************************************************
  4.     Enable the onboard active terminator (v5.1 or greater).
  5.     Both ends of the SCSI chain should be terminated. Disable
  6.     only if the SCSI2SD is in the middle of a chain with other
  7.     devices.
  8.     ********************************************************* -->
  9.     <enableTerminator>true</enableTerminator>
  10.     <unitAttention>false</unitAttention>
  11.     <parity>false</parity>
  12.     <!-- ********************************************************
  13.     Only set to true when using with a fast SCSI2 host
  14.     controller. This can cause problems with older/slower
  15.     hardware.
  16.     ********************************************************* -->
  17.     <enableScsi2>false</enableScsi2>
  18.     <!-- ********************************************************
  19.     Setting to 'true' will result in increased performance at the
  20.     cost of lower noise immunity.
  21.     Only set to true when using short cables with only 1 or two
  22.     devices. This should remain off when using external SCSI1 DB25
  23.     cables.
  24.     ********************************************************* -->
  25.     <disableGlitchFilter>false</disableGlitchFilter>
  26.     <enableCache>false</enableCache>
  27.     <enableDisconnect>false</enableDisconnect>
  28.     <!-- ********************************************************
  29.     Respond to very short duration selection attempts. This supports
  30.     non-standard hardware, but is generally safe to enable.
  31.     Required for Philips P2000C.
  32.     ********************************************************* -->
  33.     <selLatch>false</selLatch>
  34.     <!-- ********************************************************
  35.     Convert luns to IDs. The unit must already be configured to respond
  36.     on the ID. Allows dual drives to be accessed from a
  37.     XEBEC S1410 SASI bridge.
  38.     eg. Configured for dual drives as IDs 0 and 1, but the XEBEC will
  39.     access the second disk as ID0, lun 1.
  40.     See ttp://bitsavers.trailing-edge.com/pdf/xebec/104524C_S1410Man_Aug83.pdf
  41.     ********************************************************* -->
  42.     <mapLunsToIds>false</mapLunsToIds>
  43.     <!-- ********************************************************
  44.     Delay (in milliseconds) before responding to a SCSI selection.
  45.     255 (auto) sets it to 0 for SCSI2 hosts and 1ms otherwise.
  46.     Some samplers need this set to 1 manually.
  47.     ********************************************************* -->
  48.     <selectionDelay>255</selectionDelay>
  49.     <!-- ********************************************************
  50.     Startup delay (in seconds) before responding to the SCSI bus
  51.     after power on. Default = 0.
  52.     ********************************************************* -->
  53.     <startupDelay>0</startupDelay>
  54.     <!-- ********************************************************
  55.     Speed limit the SCSI interface. This is the -max- speed the
  56.     device will run at. The actual spee depends on the capability
  57.     of the host controller.
  58.     0   No limit
  59.     1   Async 1.5MB/s
  60.     ********************************************************* -->
  61.     <scsiSpeed>0</scsiSpeed>
  62. </BoardConfig>
  63. <SCSITarget id="0">
  64.     <enabled>true</enabled>
  65.  
  66.     <!-- ********************************************************
  67.     Space separated list. Available options:
  68.     apple       Returns Apple-specific mode pages
  69.     omti        OMTI host non-standard link control
  70.     xebec       XEBEC ignore step options in control byte
  71.     ********************************************************* -->
  72.     <quirks></quirks>
  73.  
  74.  
  75.     <!-- ********************************************************
  76.     0x0    Fixed hard drive.
  77.     0x1    Removable drive.
  78.     0x2    Optical drive  (ie. CD drive).
  79.     0x3    1.44MB Floppy Drive.
  80.     ********************************************************* -->
  81.     <deviceType>0x0</deviceType>
  82.  
  83.  
  84.     <!-- ********************************************************
  85.     Device type modifier is usually 0x00. Only change this if your
  86.     OS requires some special value.
  87.  
  88.     0x4C    Data General Micropolis disk
  89.     ********************************************************* -->
  90.     <deviceTypeModifier>0x0</deviceTypeModifier>
  91.  
  92.  
  93.     <!-- ********************************************************
  94.     SD card offset, as a sector number (always 512 bytes).
  95.     ********************************************************* -->
  96.     <sdSectorStart>0</sdSectorStart>
  97.  
  98.  
  99.     <!-- ********************************************************
  100.     Drive geometry settings.
  101.     ********************************************************* -->
  102.  
  103.     <scsiSectors>4194304</scsiSectors>
  104.     <bytesPerSector>512</bytesPerSector>
  105.     <sectorsPerTrack>139</sectorsPerTrack>
  106.     <headsPerCylinder>4</headsPerCylinder>
  107.  
  108.  
  109.     <!-- ********************************************************
  110.     Drive identification information. The SCSI2SD doesn't
  111.     care what these are set to. Use these strings to trick a OS
  112.     thinking a specific hard drive model is attached.
  113.     ********************************************************* -->
  114.  
  115.     <!-- 8 character vendor string -->
  116.     <!-- For Apple HD SC Setup/Drive Setup, use ' SEAGATE' -->
  117.     <vendor> codesrc</vendor>
  118.  
  119.     <!-- 16 character produce identifier -->
  120.     <!-- For Apple HD SC Setup/Drive Setup, use '          ST225N' -->
  121.     <prodId>         SCSI2SD</prodId>
  122.  
  123.     <!-- 4 character product revision number -->
  124.     <!-- For Apple HD SC Setup/Drive Setup, use '1.0 ' -->
  125.     <revision> 6.0</revision>
  126.  
  127.     <!-- 16 character serial number -->
  128.     <serial>1234567812345678</serial>
  129.  
  130.     <!-- Custom mode pages, base64 encoded, up to 1024 bytes.-->
  131.     <modePages>
  132.  
  133.     </modePages>
  134.  
  135.     <!-- Custom inquiry VPD pages, base64 encoded, up to 1024 bytes.-->
  136.     <vpd>
  137.  
  138.     </vpd>
  139. </SCSITarget>
  140. <SCSITarget id="1">
  141.     <enabled>true</enabled>
  142.  
  143.     <!-- ********************************************************
  144.     Space separated list. Available options:
  145.     apple       Returns Apple-specific mode pages
  146.     omti        OMTI host non-standard link control
  147.     xebec       XEBEC ignore step options in control byte
  148.     ********************************************************* -->
  149.     <quirks></quirks>
  150.  
  151.  
  152.     <!-- ********************************************************
  153.     0x0    Fixed hard drive.
  154.     0x1    Removable drive.
  155.     0x2    Optical drive  (ie. CD drive).
  156.     0x3    1.44MB Floppy Drive.
  157.     ********************************************************* -->
  158.     <deviceType>0x0</deviceType>
  159.  
  160.  
  161.     <!-- ********************************************************
  162.     Device type modifier is usually 0x00. Only change this if your
  163.     OS requires some special value.
  164.  
  165.     0x4C    Data General Micropolis disk
  166.     ********************************************************* -->
  167.     <deviceTypeModifier>0x0</deviceTypeModifier>
  168.  
  169.  
  170.     <!-- ********************************************************
  171.     SD card offset, as a sector number (always 512 bytes).
  172.     ********************************************************* -->
  173.     <sdSectorStart>4194304</sdSectorStart>
  174.  
  175.  
  176.     <!-- ********************************************************
  177.     Drive geometry settings.
  178.     ********************************************************* -->
  179.  
  180.     <scsiSectors>4194304</scsiSectors>
  181.     <bytesPerSector>512</bytesPerSector>
  182.     <sectorsPerTrack>63</sectorsPerTrack>
  183.     <headsPerCylinder>255</headsPerCylinder>
  184.  
  185.  
  186.     <!-- ********************************************************
  187.     Drive identification information. The SCSI2SD doesn't
  188.     care what these are set to. Use these strings to trick a OS
  189.     thinking a specific hard drive model is attached.
  190.     ********************************************************* -->
  191.  
  192.     <!-- 8 character vendor string -->
  193.     <!-- For Apple HD SC Setup/Drive Setup, use ' SEAGATE' -->
  194.     <vendor> codesrc</vendor>
  195.  
  196.     <!-- 16 character produce identifier -->
  197.     <!-- For Apple HD SC Setup/Drive Setup, use '          ST225N' -->
  198.     <prodId>         SCSI2SD</prodId>
  199.  
  200.     <!-- 4 character product revision number -->
  201.     <!-- For Apple HD SC Setup/Drive Setup, use '1.0 ' -->
  202.     <revision> 6.0</revision>
  203.  
  204.     <!-- 16 character serial number -->
  205.     <serial>1234567812345678</serial>
  206.  
  207.     <!-- Custom mode pages, base64 encoded, up to 1024 bytes.-->
  208.     <modePages>
  209.  
  210.     </modePages>
  211.  
  212.     <!-- Custom inquiry VPD pages, base64 encoded, up to 1024 bytes.-->
  213.     <vpd>
  214.  
  215.     </vpd>
  216. </SCSITarget>
  217. <SCSITarget id="2">
  218.     <enabled>true</enabled>
  219.  
  220.     <!-- ********************************************************
  221.     Space separated list. Available options:
  222.     apple       Returns Apple-specific mode pages
  223.     omti        OMTI host non-standard link control
  224.     xebec       XEBEC ignore step options in control byte
  225.     ********************************************************* -->
  226.     <quirks></quirks>
  227.  
  228.  
  229.     <!-- ********************************************************
  230.     0x0    Fixed hard drive.
  231.     0x1    Removable drive.
  232.     0x2    Optical drive  (ie. CD drive).
  233.     0x3    1.44MB Floppy Drive.
  234.     ********************************************************* -->
  235.     <deviceType>0x3</deviceType>
  236.  
  237.  
  238.     <!-- ********************************************************
  239.     Device type modifier is usually 0x00. Only change this if your
  240.     OS requires some special value.
  241.  
  242.     0x4C    Data General Micropolis disk
  243.     ********************************************************* -->
  244.     <deviceTypeModifier>0x0</deviceTypeModifier>
  245.  
  246.  
  247.     <!-- ********************************************************
  248.     SD card offset, as a sector number (always 512 bytes).
  249.     ********************************************************* -->
  250.     <sdSectorStart>8388608</sdSectorStart>
  251.  
  252.  
  253.     <!-- ********************************************************
  254.     Drive geometry settings.
  255.     ********************************************************* -->
  256.  
  257.     <scsiSectors>2880</scsiSectors>
  258.     <bytesPerSector>512</bytesPerSector>
  259.     <sectorsPerTrack>63</sectorsPerTrack>
  260.     <headsPerCylinder>255</headsPerCylinder>
  261.  
  262.  
  263.     <!-- ********************************************************
  264.     Drive identification information. The SCSI2SD doesn't
  265.     care what these are set to. Use these strings to trick a OS
  266.     thinking a specific hard drive model is attached.
  267.     ********************************************************* -->
  268.  
  269.     <!-- 8 character vendor string -->
  270.     <!-- For Apple HD SC Setup/Drive Setup, use ' SEAGATE' -->
  271.     <vendor> codesrc</vendor>
  272.  
  273.     <!-- 16 character produce identifier -->
  274.     <!-- For Apple HD SC Setup/Drive Setup, use '          ST225N' -->
  275.     <prodId>         SCSI2SD</prodId>
  276.  
  277.     <!-- 4 character product revision number -->
  278.     <!-- For Apple HD SC Setup/Drive Setup, use '1.0 ' -->
  279.     <revision> 6.0</revision>
  280.  
  281.     <!-- 16 character serial number -->
  282.     <serial>1234567812345678</serial>
  283.  
  284.     <!-- Custom mode pages, base64 encoded, up to 1024 bytes.-->
  285.     <modePages>
  286.  
  287.     </modePages>
  288.  
  289.     <!-- Custom inquiry VPD pages, base64 encoded, up to 1024 bytes.-->
  290.     <vpd>
  291.  
  292.     </vpd>
  293. </SCSITarget>
  294. <SCSITarget id="3">
  295.     <enabled>true</enabled>
  296.  
  297.     <!-- ********************************************************
  298.     Space separated list. Available options:
  299.     apple       Returns Apple-specific mode pages
  300.     omti        OMTI host non-standard link control
  301.     xebec       XEBEC ignore step options in control byte
  302.     ********************************************************* -->
  303.     <quirks></quirks>
  304.  
  305.  
  306.     <!-- ********************************************************
  307.     0x0    Fixed hard drive.
  308.     0x1    Removable drive.
  309.     0x2    Optical drive  (ie. CD drive).
  310.     0x3    1.44MB Floppy Drive.
  311.     ********************************************************* -->
  312.     <deviceType>0x2</deviceType>
  313.  
  314.  
  315.     <!-- ********************************************************
  316.     Device type modifier is usually 0x00. Only change this if your
  317.     OS requires some special value.
  318.  
  319.     0x4C    Data General Micropolis disk
  320.     ********************************************************* -->
  321.     <deviceTypeModifier>0x0</deviceTypeModifier>
  322.  
  323.  
  324.     <!-- ********************************************************
  325.     SD card offset, as a sector number (always 512 bytes).
  326.     ********************************************************* -->
  327.     <sdSectorStart>8391488</sdSectorStart>
  328.  
  329.  
  330.     <!-- ********************************************************
  331.     Drive geometry settings.
  332.     ********************************************************* -->
  333.  
  334.     <scsiSectors>1331200</scsiSectors>
  335.     <bytesPerSector>512</bytesPerSector>
  336.     <sectorsPerTrack>63</sectorsPerTrack>
  337.     <headsPerCylinder>255</headsPerCylinder>
  338.  
  339.  
  340.     <!-- ********************************************************
  341.     Drive identification information. The SCSI2SD doesn't
  342.     care what these are set to. Use these strings to trick a OS
  343.     thinking a specific hard drive model is attached.
  344.     ********************************************************* -->
  345.  
  346.     <!-- 8 character vendor string -->
  347.     <!-- For Apple HD SC Setup/Drive Setup, use ' SEAGATE' -->
  348.     <vendor> codesrc</vendor>
  349.  
  350.     <!-- 16 character produce identifier -->
  351.     <!-- For Apple HD SC Setup/Drive Setup, use '          ST225N' -->
  352.     <prodId>         SCSI2SD</prodId>
  353.  
  354.     <!-- 4 character product revision number -->
  355.     <!-- For Apple HD SC Setup/Drive Setup, use '1.0 ' -->
  356.     <revision> 6.0</revision>
  357.  
  358.     <!-- 16 character serial number -->
  359.     <serial>1234567812345678</serial>
  360.  
  361.     <!-- Custom mode pages, base64 encoded, up to 1024 bytes.-->
  362.     <modePages>
  363.  
  364.     </modePages>
  365.  
  366.     <!-- Custom inquiry VPD pages, base64 encoded, up to 1024 bytes.-->
  367.     <vpd>
  368.  
  369.     </vpd>
  370. </SCSITarget>
  371. </SCSI2SD>
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