My SyQuest 270 (internal IDE) is detected as HDC1 just fine... As far as
supporting the removability factor - no idea. I use it mostly for trash
storage, downloads, etc., so I don't pull the cart's much.
> From: Taren[SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Thursday, July 09, 1998 7:46 AM
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> Subject: Re: SyQuest
> > Will the release of Debian 2.0 support SyQuest removable drives in any
> > way? I know there is a way to make the Iomega parallel port version of
> > the zip drive work in Linux, but not the SyQuest EZFlyer. Is there
> > to be any support for the SyQuest parallel port drives and/or any other
> > SyQuest removable drives?
> > Rob
> There is a driver available for the Syquest EZFlyer, as I used it with
> until the drive went belly up.
> Actually... if you have an IDE parallel-port version of the EZFlyer, you
> choose Parallel Port IDE device support, under 'Block Devices', and it
> As far as SCSI or straight IDE support, I don't know if it is available or
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