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Leopard Technical Notes: Hardware & Drivers
Developers can write software that communicates with or controls SCSI devices and devices that adhere to the SCSI Architecture Model specifications. Mac OS X provides in-kernel drivers for compliant devices and, with I/O Kit APIs, supports application-level access to all devices that declare peripheral device types other than $00, $05, $07, or $0E.

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Building Universal I/O Kit Drivers (HTML)
TN2163: How to build a universal I/O Kit kernel driver while avoiding common pitfalls.
Understanding and Debugging Kernel Panics (HTML) (日本語 HTML)
TN2063: Addresses kernel panics: what they are and how to debug the code that caused the panic.
Multipathing with FibreChannel on Mac OS X (HTML)
TN2173: An explanation on how FibreChannel multipathing works on Mac OS X and how to design storage hardware to take advantage of it
CD-ROM Driver Calls (HTML)
Deprecated - DV22: Discusses public interface to Apple CD-ROM driver and supersedes information in AppleCD SC Developer's Guide.