J C Lawrence (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thu, 28 Jan 1999 18:50:28 -0800
> Can anyone recommend a good/cheap DDS-1 or DDS-2 helical-scan SCSI
> DAT drive for Linux? (Or better yet, does anyone have one they
> want to get rid of cheap?) I've got a handful of DDS-1 tapes
> lying about, and I'd like to put them to good use, but I don't
> want to spend $1500 on a DDS-3 drive (and something on the order
> of DLT is over-kill for home use).
I have two HP DDS-2 90m DAT drives that I'm not using. One has
mechanical problems (it doesn't accept tapes any more). The other
has head allignment problems (simple and fairly cheap service item).
I haven't checked yet what the first drive needs to be repaired, but
I doubt its much.
Interested? Make an offer for either/both. I can certainly throw
in a bunch of new 60m or 90m tapes.
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