In the documentation it says:
Autoboot with Kickstart V1.3, 2.0 and 3.1
However, I have an old Amiga 3000 that loads its kickstart from disk. I believe it uses a weird 1.4 beta ROM version for bootstrapping. On such a system, will the bootstrap ROM do AutoConfig properly so it can see the Buddha and boot from the DOM or another attached drive?
This is important to me as I have a 25-year-old SCSI drive that I had to fix this week and will no doubt fail completely in the future, and at that point I want to have a solid state solution to boot the A3000.
(I had no success connecting several different CF cards to my X-Surf using two IDE-to-CF adapters, by the way. HDToolbox discovers nothing on 2nd.scsi.device. But it makes sense for the original X-Surf to never have been tested with CF cards before it wend EOL, unlike the Buddha.)