Re: Question in occasion of SCSI devices (the tape store)
Help please with connection sa0 devices.
I try to make the following:
The system gives out:
Block device required
A tape drive isn't mountable as a filesystem because it is not a block device,
ie, the tape drive is sequential access, not random access.
Try using dump/restore or tar to access the tape drive.
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