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Date:      Sun, 7 Jan 1996 17:48:50 +1030 (CST)
From:      Michael Smith <msmith@atrad.adelaide.edu.au>
To:        chuckr@glue.umd.edu (Chuck Robey)
Cc:        FreeBSD-Questions@FreeBSD.org
Subject:   Re: NEC CDR-210 cdrom
Message-ID:  <199601070718.RAA19930@genesis.atrad.adelaide.edu.au>
In-Reply-To: <Pine.SUN.3.91.960106133652.1096E-100000@espresso.eng.umd.edu> from "Chuck Robey" at Jan 6, 96 01:43:07 pm

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Chuck Robey stands accused of saying:
> I only need to know about the 6 jumper block on the pack, and since I 
> know then first three are the SCSI address, I don't even need them.  I 
> just need to know about positions 4-6.  The labeling on the drive calls 
> these 'normally off', but this one has #6 on, so I want to know what they 
> are before I connect it to my Adaptec 2842 controller.

Geez, why not just try it?  There are only 8 combinations, and I can
guarantee that none of them are the "electrocute user" combination.

Where's your initiative? 8)

> Chuck Robey chuckr@eng.umd.edu -- I run FreeBSD on n3lxx and Journey2

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