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Re: ZIP drive

On Mon, 1 Sep 1997, Milos Prudek wrote:

> Hi All,
> Could someone help me with the installation of parallel version of
> iomega ZIP under Debian Linux? I do not know where to start...
> Thanks a lot!

Debian kernels .30 and .29 are alread compiled for zip support, as long as
the zip drive is connected at startup, it will see it.  Then, all you need
to do is:

-> cd /
-> mkdir zip
-> mount (options) /dev/sda4 /zip
-> cd /zip

Do what you need to do then `umount /zip`

If the kernel doesn't have support, compile a kernel, add scsi support and
say 'n' till you get to the one for "Iomega Drive Support" or something
along that line, then say 'y'.

Chad D. Zimmerman				    chad@dabcc-www.nmsu.edu
Southwest Technology Development Institute
New Mexico State University
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