Re: jazz drive
I would imagine that this could be solved by specifying some particular mount
options on the command line or in the fstab file. Unless of course if this is
a driver problem, in which case I don't even have a Jazz to experiment with :).
Michael Keith wrote:
> I have debian loaded on a jazz disk and everything seems to work fine
> except that it will not let the jazz go to sleep,and iomega says that it is
> imperative that the jazz goes to sleep. Does anybody have a clue on how to
> make this happen? It seems that debian is always hitting on it about every
> two seconds....
> Mike Keith
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