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I would like to know how can I find the device name. I know the device name for my tape backup is /dev/rct0 I have a Zip drive 250 meg installed in that server, but I don't know the device name. Is there a place in SCO , where I can find all devices name installed in the server? -- Patrice Brien ca http://www3.sympatico.ca/pbrt...

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    Default Devices ???

    I would like to know how can I find the device name.

    I know the device name for my tape backup is /dev/rct0

    I have a Zip drive 250 meg installed in that server, but I don't know the
    device name.

    Is there a place in SCO , where I can find all devices name installed in the
    server?


    --
    Patrice Brien
    ca
    http://www3.sympatico.ca/pbrt


    Patrice Guest

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    "Patrice Brien" <ca> wrote in message
    news:ZyYpb.18515$bellglobal.com... 
    the 

    /dev

    What do you mean by "installed" ... physically connected or you ran mkdev
    to configure it?

    Ron



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    Physically connected !
    A zip Drive was physically connected into the server when I installed SCO
    5.0.7

    Now I would like to know whitch device it is ?

    And by the way , know where can I look to know which devices are physically
    connected


    "Ronald J Marchand" <net> wrote in message
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    the 
    > the 
    >
    > /dev
    >
    > What do you mean by "installed" ... physically connected or you ran mkdev
    > to configure it?
    >
    > Ron
    >
    >
    >[/ref]


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    "Patrice Brien" <ca> wrote in message
    news:uQhqb.20465$bellglobal.com... 
    physically 
    Just because it was plugged in doesn't mean it is linked into the kernel.
    My experience with removable hard drives were scsi Syquest and "mkdev hd"
    had to used to add the device and configure the file system.

    The hard drives in your system are displayed during boot and when they are
    mounted... see /usr/adm/messages.

    The devices associated with the drives are /dev/rhd* and /dev/hd*. If you
    want to see the partitions for the first drive then "fdisk -f /dev/rhd00".
    The second drive will be rhd10.

    There is a section in the manual that comes with the media kit on adding a
    second drive.

    There are a ton of articles if you do a google search for "zip" on this news
    group.

    Ron



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