bluescsi.ini file is for setting advanced configuration.
If your system requires specific settings you can find notes on the Compatibility page.
You can find a
bluescsi.ini file generator at https://ini.bluescsi.com
NOTE: Most users will NOT need to create this file, and should not unless you have a reason to.
[SCSI]header is applied to all drives and global configuration.
[SCSI3]settings are only applied to ID 3.
Select a system preset to apply default settings
Known systems: “Generic”, “MacPlus”, “MegaSTE”, “X68000”
Enable or disable Debug logs,
0 off (default) or
Millisecond delay after selection,
255 = automatic (default),
0 = no delay
1: Apple (Default),
Optionally look for image files in subdirectory
Multiple directories can be specified Dir1…Dir9, eg
Specify multiple files to back a particular drive. eg: multiple ISO’s for switching between them on eject.
[SCSI3] Type=2 # CD IMG0=System 7.6.iso IMG1=SuperWingCommander.toast IMG2=Ultimate Doom.toast
UNIT_ATTENTION status on power-on or SD card hotplug, default off,
1 to enable.
Enable SCSI2, default on
Sends seek reply in 10ns vs 10ms.
For Philips P2000C and other devices that release
SEL signal before
BSY, default off,
1 to enable.
Enable parity checks on platforms that support it, default on,
0 to disable.
For Philips P2000C or MegaSTE to simulate multiple LUNs on one SCSI ID, default off,
1 to enable.
10 default to enable synchronous SCSI mode,
0 to disable
Can be set per device:
Vendor = "QUANTUM" Product = "FIREBALL1" Version = "1.0" Serial = "0123456789ABCDEF"
How many sectors per track the disk has, default
How many HeadsPerCylinder the disk has, default
Set the blocksize for the drive. Defaults to 2048 for CD’s and 512 for everything else. Normally not required.
Right-align SCSI vendor / product strings, defaults on if
Quirks=1 (Apple), otherwise off.
Maximum number of bytes to prefetch after a read request,
0 to disable. Default
Reinsert any ejected CD-ROM image on Inquiry command,
1 to enable, default off.
For more ROM Drive details see ROM Drive .
Disable the ROM drive if it has been loaded to flash, default enabled.
1 to disable.
Override ROM drive’s SCSI ID, default
Config Hooks can be provided to do some custom logic during device configuration. Currently the only one is run when Quirks is Apple to give the user guidance. You can skip these by setting your Quirks to Generic or completely skip them with
Use file name conventions instead of type. See Usage.
The device-type modifier field was defined in SCSI-1 to permit vendor- specific qualification codes of the device type. This field is retained for compatibility with SCSI-1. Targets that do not support this field should return a value of zero.
Raw sector range from SD card can be passed through
RAW:first_sector:last_sector where sector numbers can be decimal or hex.
If end sector is beyond end of SD card, it will be adjusted automatically.
Only useful for migrating a SD card from SCSI2SD v5/6.
[SCSI4] IMG0 = RAW:0x00000000:0xFFFFFFFF # Whole SD card