News

HDDRIVER news are offered as RSS and Atom feeds. In addition the free Hddriver News app for Android automatically notifies about news. Information on changes in previous releases are provided in the overview of changes and in the HDDRIVER forum.

May 12th, 2022: HDDRIVER 11.11 is available
Changes in this version

This is presumably the last version supporting the Medusa hardware. (The Hades is not affected.)

May 9th, 2022: RaSCSI 22.05.02 is available

RaSCSI 22.05.02 has been released. Important changes are the support of a SCSI printer and a realtime clock. Both can be used with the client tools for the Atari. In addition, the Daynaport emulation over Wifi now also works with Ataris. There are also web interface improvements. The RaSCSI Control app already supports RaSCSI 22.05.

May 2nd, 2022: RaSCSI Client Tools for the Atari

RaSCSI 22.05 is going to be released soon, and thereby the client tools for the Atari are available for download. They in particular allow using RaSCSI as realtime clock and SCSI printer. With these tools the Atari is the only platform that can exploit all RaSCSI features.

March 9th, 2022: Updated SCSI Driver/firmware testsuite

The SCSI Driver and firmware testsuite has been extended and is available for download. Tests have been added and more information on the devices under test is displayed.

March 4th, 2022: Experimental support for 32 LUNs

The SCSI standard supports 32 LUNs (sub-units) per device. With a small SCSI Driver extension the current limitation to 8 LUNs can be removed. This is in particular interesting with RaSCSI, where 32 LUNs are supported.

February 6th, 2022: RaSCSI becomes ICD compatible

The latest release 22.02 of the RaSCSI software makes RaSCSI ICD compatible. This has several benefits for Ataris, in particular for the MegaSTE and other setups with non-ICD compatible host adapters.

February 5th, 2022: HDDRIVER 11.10 is available
The most important changes since HDDRIVER 10. The Announcements area of the HDDRIVER forum provides details for each version.