If you have the DOS tools loaded, you can access the Zip drive with a DOS
partition on it. However, I was only able to do this if I had a small
*real* DOS partition on the hard drive.
Also, access to the ZIP drive with DOS is extremely slow.
> You must configure the drive using System V device scheme,
> ej. /dev/dsk/1s0, /dev/dsk/2s0 etc.
> then you may manipulate your device as desired using mknod and mirroring
> the major and minor device numbers and the device type.
> I have not been succesful in mounting a zip drive as a dos disk.
> Art Alzate
> > We have installed a SCSI Zip drive on to Open Server Unix with
> > marginal results. We have been using the tar and ptar commands
> > with little success.
> > We would prefer to use an IDE Zip under SCO, but belive the drivers
> > are not supported.
> > Any help would be appreciated.
> > Best regards,
> > Colin Overton
> > Tasmania, Australia.