The Sflp device driver is the SCSI peripheral driver for SCSI, ATAPI, and USB removable storage devices that are not recognized by the fd(HW) driver as a standard floppy drive. Such devices include:
The device files used to access these types of removable storage devices are documented on the Sflp(HW) manual page.
When installing a SCSI removable storage device (for example, an LS-120, LS-240, or floptical drive), you must use a SCSI host adapter supported by SCO OpenServer systems. You should also check with your hardware supplier that the drive will work with the host adapter. A maximum of seven drives on a single SCSI bus per system are supported.
To add a removable storage drive:
For SCSI drives, enter the SCSI host adapter type, the host adapter number, target ID, and logical unit number (LUN), as described in ``SCSI addresses''. If this is the first SCSI peripheral that you are adding to the SCSI bus controlled by a host adapter, you may need to supply additional hardware information about the adapter as described in ``Adding a SCSI peripheral device''.
For USB drives,
enter the drive's USB device ID
You can determine the device ID by running
hwconfig -h and locating the
drive's entry in the list of hardware.
id= field indicates the assigned
USB device ID. (If you hot-plugged
the drive, the USB device ID
is provided in the kernel configuration message
displayed on the console.)