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SubjectRe: books on scsi for linux
 > Kenneth Porter wrote:
>
> The problem with your original question:
>
>> Can anyone tell me which books/ebooks/articles on scsi subsystem for
>> linux are good?
>
>
> is that it doesn't reflect the level of reader. If you don't know
> anything about SCSI, you should start with something on the bus,
> independent of the OS. Then read about the OS, using one of the above
> books. Then read the source code, to see how they connect.
>

I read the SCSI-Generic-HOWTO, have a fair idea of SCSi commands and am
in doubt how the SCSI subsystem is actually implemented.

The links however are good enough. Thanks Kenneth.
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