greg at romuald.net.eu.org
Fri Dec 27 03:16:55 EST 2002
In one of his earlier posts regarding ide-scsi emulation, Kerry had mentioned that one could disable ide-atapi floppy support, and run one's ide zip drive as an ide-scsi emulated drive.
If I understand correctly, this would allow one to do a number of things, including being able to use ziptools.
Could someone please expand on what doors of opertunity would be opened to one if one used ide-scsi emulation for a zip drive instead of ide-atapi floppy support?
Also, what does this ziptools package contain, and where can one get it from?
I tried looking at the man page for "ziptools", but couldn't find a man page by that name.
Thanks in advance.
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