The web interface means you can control your RaSCSI without the use of the command line. It offers all sorts of useful features. If you Mac has a network connection you will be able to configure your RaSCSI from the Mac it’s connected too.
It will also function as a SCSI Ethernet adapter.
Everything you need except a SCSI cable and a mac ! (We have various SCSI cables available here)
- Fully assembled and Tested RaSCSI – 68kmla version v2.4a including a daisy chain board in the compact configuration.
- Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W The latest version with a quad-core 64-bit ARM Cortex-A53 processor clocked at 1GHz and 512MB of SDRAM
- Officially produced Potato Fi Mini Case with activity LED and feet (These cases are 3D printed to a high standard but may show some minor flaws)
- Kingston 64Gb Micro SD Card, pre installed with the latest RaSCSI Build. Enough space for all of your images.
- Removable 128×32 OLED display for configuration, it will also show you a list of SCSI devices and the ip address of the RaSCSI
Plug and Play ?
Though at the moment the RaSCSI is not truly Plug and Play, I am happy to configure the WiFi settings* of your RaSCSI, in combination with the OLED display you will be able to discovery the RaSCSI’s IP address and configure it through the web interface without having to touch the Command Line.
*Please contact me before purchase to discuss this service, it will require divulging your SSID and WiFi password pre shipping. A completely plug and play experience is in development.
Basic setup and configuration instructions can be found here
What’s NOT included
- A Macintosh
- SCSI Cables
- Power cable, A good quality Micro USB cable and at least a 2.5A (3A recomended) USB power supply is required
The Complete list of compatible computers and devices can be found here
It includes many computers and devices that use a SCSI interface from Apple, Atari, Amiga, vintage UNIX workstations from Sun, Digital, etc., and hardware samplers from Akai, Roland etc. with support for multiple operating systems.
RaSCSI was originally developed for the Sharp X68000 in Japan. This is a slightly modified version for Apple Macintosh computers with SCSI. All of the source code has been translated to English, along with creating some documentation targeted for the vintage Macintosh users.
I encourage you to download the source code, submit pull requests on github, update the documentation, submit issues and talk with us on the Discord Channel
- The software for the RaSCSI is still in the early stages. The hardware is only for early adopters who understand that your mileage may vary, as far as how well it works.
- This product is separate from the original Japanese version of RaSCSI. Do not contact the original creator (GIMONS) for technical support.
- For questions, support or just general camaraderie with other Macintosh RaSCSI users, please visit the Hacks & Development section of the 68k Mac Liberation Army Forums
- Setup, installation, configuration and usage instructions are on the RaSCSI wiki
- All of the source code, schematics and design files are available onGithub
- This hardware has NOT been tested with the X68000 hardware.
- The RaSCSI 2.3 has added a resistor to the activity LED header. If you plan to use the included LED, it may be dimmer than in the photos. There is currently no known solution to this problem.
ii FAQs can be foundhere
Several users and developers hang out in Discord. Stop by and join us Here !
We are happy to ship internationally anywhere in the world.
Those of you in the US may find it easier to get yours from our partners Here
Those in the EU may find it easier to get yours from our partners Here
*The use of this adapter does not guarantee any features or long term availability of features, being available in the computer it is installed in*
***It is always good practice to back up your data and make sure your machine has been shut down properly before you start any work. This is a DIY unsupported modification to your Computer that you are undertaking at your own risk. intriguing industries will take no responsibly for any damage to your computer or data loss***
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