Yeah, well the subject line pretty much covers it. I have a Shuttle Technology
EPSA-2 Parallel port to SCSI CD-Rom drive interface and I have downloaded the
drivers for it epsa.c (.h too) and now what do I do?
Need I install the disc using DOS first, then compile the kernal (how?) to
enable me to continue using the cd-rom or is there an easier method?
Has anyone else set up a Thinkpad 701C for Linux?
The last experience I had with Unix was working a bit with Coherent, but that
was five or more years ago...before cd-roms, and I never compiled a new kernal.
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