Okay, I think I see how to do it:
set du0 unit=0, part=0
set du1 unit=0, part=1
set du2 unit=0, part=2
set du3 unit=0, part=3
Yes, that looks familiar.
If I do this, I wonder where my RX33 will be
assigned. Is it
assigned du4 since du0-3 are already taken by partitions?
Every MSCP device has a device number. And you have to tell the
driver on which device number and partition it should work.
So if your RX33 (what IS that??) has unit number 0, you can create
the devices as above. If you have different drives, you have to use
An RX33 is a 1.2mb 5.25" floppy drive. Actually, I guess I just
didn't think hard enough. When I didn't have *any* set commands, the
drives were automatically assigned DU0=RD54 and DU1=RX33. My guess
then is that the RD54 is unit 0 and the RX33 is unit 1. The suggests
that if I just add the line:
set du4 unit=1
I should get the RX33 assigned to DU4:
I guess I should think before I type in questions. Sorry!