I'd also like some information on the same exact thing.
Looking at Syquest's web site I noticed that they have posted drive
geometry information for their SyJet drives. I'm guessing that with the
same kind of information for the SparQ one could use Linux's fdisk to write
a partition table so that it can be formatted and mounted. I've requested
this info from SyQuest. Cross your fingers.
One warning, I'm more or less clueless on these matters; I just try to hack
my through ;-)
> I am have installed a Syquest Sparq internal IDE drive and I have it
> correctly under Windoze 95, and I am getting ready to try and make it
> under Linux. I'm just wondering if anyone here has got one working under
> linux yet and can give me any tips/watch outs/etc.
> Jonathan "Systech" Haase
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