> I had installed a linux os on one of my disk and I also have a SCSI 100
>mb Zip?CI want to mount the zip to the linux OS for read and write files
>with the zip device, but it doesn' work. Could anyone tell me how to mount
>the zip device to the linux OS? Thanks in advance!
'ZipjCI' => 'ZIP Drive. I', I trust.
Assuming that you have a ZIP ZOOM SCSI interface:
Recompile the driver, aha152x.c, and do all the nice kernel things
(see the HOWTO's). Install the driver with:
insmod aha152x aha152x=xxxx,yy.
where xxxx is either 0x140 or 0x340 and
yy is the interrupt number
For these numbers, look at the card (ZIP ZOOM); DO NOT TRUST WINDOZE
When you want to use the drive, put in a disk and mount it:
mount -t msdos /dev/zip /mnt/zip
assuming you have the mount point /mnt/zip
Unmount the disk when you are done with it. Remount the next one and
If you need more detail, holler!
Hope this helps,
George D. Freeman IV