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    SubjectRe: Exabyte EXB-10 tape changer
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    > > open("/dev/sch0", O_RDONLY)             = -1 ENODEV (No such device)
    >
    >That last one indicates that the node /dev/sch0 doesn't exist on your
    >system. I can confirm that it doesn't exist on mine, so that wouldn't
    >surprise me.

    No, that would be ENOENT. ENODEV means that the device node does exist, but
    there is no actual device associated with it - typically because you forgot to
    load the driver.

    p.



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