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Urgent ! How to install tape driver in SCO5.02

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I tried to mount DLT 15/30 GB tape driver in SCO5.02,
Tape driver SCSI ID is 6, even I run "mkdev tape", select
SCSI adapter.., then I go to backup manager, still can't find
tape driver media. is it possilble, who can show me how to
mout tape driver in SCO5.02. Thank you in advance!
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frederico earned 200 total points
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The DLT is not to be MOUNTed .
You can only access thru the devices in "/dev"
The only thing you have to do is "mkdev tape" and install the correct one.
Please remove any tape you already configured and install it again.
then try to do tar -cvf /dev/??????
to see if it is working.
If it is then go to backup manager.
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Where are you? Pl. evaluate the answer of frederico.
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