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DLT7000 and Solaris2.4

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I have a new DLT7000 from SUN and I'm wondering if I can use it also under Solaris 2.4
Have I to modify st.conf in the same way as for Solaris 2.5?

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Yes, it's just the same as when using Solaris 2.5.
This is my st.conf:

tape-config-list=
        "SONY    SDT-7000",     "Sony DDS2 4mm DAT",    "SONY_DAT";
SONY_DAT        =       1,0x34,0,0x0439,4,0x13,0x8c,0x8c,0x8c,3;
 
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