There are installation packages (for 32 Bit bullseye/bookworm and 64 bit bullseye/bookworm) with release versions and regular builds of the development branch. The development package names contain the respective commit ID, so that an unambiguous identification is possible.
There is no need for a time-consuming compilation. SCSI2Pi is installed in a matter of seconds:
>sudo apt install ./scsi2pi-BUILD_ARCH.deb
A warning like "Download is performed unsandboxed as root" can be ignored.
When installing SCSI2Pi the PiSCSI system service, if active, will be deactivated. The standard installation path of SCSI2Pi is /opt/scsi2pi. You may consider adding this path to your environment:
You can also compile SCSI2Pi yourself, e.g. for a customized build. The SCSI2Pi wiki provides more information.
SCSI2Pi is de-installed with:
>sudo apt remove scsi2pi
SCSI2Pi is compatible with the PiSCSI web UI. If the PiSCSI web service is installed you can manage SCSI2Pi with your browser, just like PiSCSI.