BlueSCSI, anyone tested?

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BlueSCSI, anyone tested?

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There is a new cheap SCSI harddisk emulator, called BlueSCSI. Just about 25USDEUR for the kit, plus shipping.

https://scsi.blue/
https://github.com/erichelgeson/BlueSCSI
https://github.com/erichelgeson/BlueSCSI/wiki/Usage

Has anybody here tested this already at an Atari? We know, ACSI with SCSI adapter only implements a simplified sub set of SCSI protocol, TT and Falcon a bit more, but we know that a few harddisks can not operate properly on TT or Falcon while boot phase as TOS itself for example does not use initiator ID at startup (only later when HDDRIVER is started, this is implemented completely).

Any experiences with that here?
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Re: BlueSCSI, anyone tested?

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I got one soldered up a while ago but I still haven't tested it yet.

Some talk about BlueSCSI and RaSCSI on Exxos forum.

EDIT: Testresult on Exxos forum.
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