I know this subject has been addressed before, but I have not seen any
So, can the PAS 16 SCSI work under Linux, and can it work with the IOmega
Zip drive, SCSI version?
>I know this subject has been addressed before, but I have not seen any
In theory yes. However there is one massive problem: the cable.Quote:
>So, can the PAS 16 SCSI work under Linux, and can it work with the IOmega
>Zip drive, SCSI version?
The PAS 16 only has the 50 pin dual in line connectory for internal
devices. The Zip drive has a Mac SCSI interface which is a non-standard
DB25 pin interface. While there are cables that convert the external
50 pin centronics connectors to the mac, I've never seen an internal
to mac connector.
In desparation I tried to wire a interface between the two. It was a
Sorry I'm not much help here.
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Byron A. Jeff - PhD student operating in parallel - And Using Linux!
>So, can the PAS 16 SCSI work under Linux,
When I hooked it up, the computer froze ( it did not even get throughQuote:>and can it work with the IOmega Zip drive, SCSI version?
Call IOMEGA, and see if they can provide a cable for big $.
Has anyone out there connected the new Zip drive to a Pro Audio
Spectrum SCSI port?
I'd like to purchase the new Zip drive, but the only SCSI card I have
in my box is my PAS. Would I be able to throw a Zip drive on the bus
along with my CD drive without much incident?
Anyone out there doing this? What about DOS and OS/2?
Any help appreciated...