Generic SCSI target subsystem for Linux SCST allows creation of sophisticated storage devices. It includes generic SCSI target core with SCSI target drivers and backend handlers. There are target drivers for iSCSI, Fibre Channel, SRP, SAS, FCoE, etc.
Linux ERT target controls code generation from Simulink for computer based on MPC5200 and Linux. The target contains support for CANopen via Simulink blockset which integrates the CANopen driver to the generated code.
The mini-SCST emluate a SCSI target control chip,work with some transport driver (such as qlogic / LSI / TCPIP)
The scsirastools package adds several Linux SCSI tools that can be used to service and maintain disk storage devices. It handles SCSI, Linux SW RAID, SAS, SATA, and USB devices via SCSI emulation. For details & rpms, see http://scsirastools.sf.net.
C++ library for interacting with Devantech / Robot Electronics SD84 USB multi-I/O device. OS X / Darwin + Linux are target platforms, but only serial code should require porting for others. SD84 site: http://www.robot-electronics.co.uk/htm/sd84tech.htm libsd84 84 License - BSD License
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This is a project to implement a Ip-Over-SCSI Linux kernel driver to be used in beowulfs type computers. The intent is to substitute more expensive myranet boards.
Osst is a Linux tape driver for the OnStream SC-30/SC-50 and (via the SCSI layer adapters ide-scsi, usb-storage and sbp2) the IDE-30, USB-30 and FW-30 tape devices. A kernel driver has been created to provide an st-compatible interface to the userspace.
SCSI Generator (scsigen) is a SCSI-based solution for Linux and Solaris; created for test, development, and administration/support in the storage industry. In Development: v2.0 and integration of SCSITrace for Linux, Solaris, OpenSolaris and Windows.
Full support for HFS Plus filesystems in a kernel level module designed for Linux (target version: 2.4.x) Linux HFS+ Support 1.0 License - GNU General Public License (GPL)