RaSCSI Control

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About this app

RaSCSI Control is the remote control for your RaSCSI board. With RaSCSI Control you manage virtual devices, image files, device profiles and much more. In addition, you stay up to date by push messages with news related to the RaSCSI project.
The app directly communicates with RaSCSI on your Pi. Just enter the name or the IP address in the app settings and off you go!
RaSCSI Control requires RaSCSI release 21.10 or higher, release 22.05 or higher is recommended.

Some app features:

- RaSCSI server information display
- Overview of the available devices and image files
- Attaching and detaching devices
- Ejecting and inserting removable media
- Write-protecting media
- Displaying and configuring device properties like SCSI device name and sector size
- Maintaining device profiles
- Maintaining device groups
- Merging of device groups
- Creating, deleting, renaming and copying image files
- Intelligent filtering of device types and image files
- Exclusion of irrelevant device types
- Setting the default image folder
- Setting the server log level
- Reservation of device IDs
- Predefined device profiles
- Reverting operations (Undo)
- Receiving push messages with news on the RaSCSI project
- Shutdown of rascsi or shutdown/reboot of the Raspberry Pi (with RaSCSI 21.12 or newer)
- Access token support (with RaSCSI 21.12 or newer)
- Support for the new SCSI printer device (with RaSCSI 22.05 or newer)
- Support for the new RaSCSI host services (with RaSCSI 22.05 or newer)

More information and a FAQ on RaSCSI Control are available on the RaSCSI Control website.
For users of Atari 16/32 bit computers there is a set of RaSCSI client tools and a special area for RaSCSI Control in the HDDRIVER forum.

If there ever was a niche product for another niche product, then it's RaSCSI Control ;-).
Updated on
May 11, 2022

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What's new

User interface improvements
The list of predefined devices profiles has been extended