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Top Forums UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers CD Writers Post 28464 by merlin on Wednesday 18th of September 2002 06:44:31 PM
Old 09-18-2002
Nope. WHen I tried to set it up for some reason it din't work. So I got a Solaris 8 & Solaris 9 box. That has a program called 'cdrw' I use that for burning my software. It's ok to use maybe a little hard to understand at first but I got it pretty well sorted out now.

I'm not sure if it works with anything below Solaris 8 I haven't had a chance to test it on 7 yet. I might get around to doing that within the next week or so Smilie
VPO(4)							   BSD Kernel Interfaces Manual 						    VPO(4)

vpo -- parallel to SCSI interface driver SYNOPSIS
device vpo For one or more SCSI busses: device scbus DESCRIPTION
The vpo driver provide access to parallel port Iomega Zip and Jaz drives. HARDWARE
The vpo driver supports the following parallel to SCSI interfaces: o Adaptec AIC-7110 Parallel to SCSI interface (built-in to Iomega ZIP drives) o Iomega Jaz Traveller interface o Iomega MatchMaker SCSI interface (built-in to Iomega ZIP+ drives) USAGE
The driver should let you use a printer connected to the drive while transferring data. DOS and FreeBSD file systems are supported. When mounting a DOS file system or formating a FreeBSD file system, check the slice of the disk with the fdisk(8) utility. In order to unixify a ZIP disk, put the following in /etc/disktab: zip|zip 100: :ty=removable:se#512:nc#96:nt#64:ns#32: :pa#196608:oa#0:ba#4096:fa#512: :pb#196608:ob#0:bb#4096:fb#512: :pc#196608:oc#0:bc#4096:fc#512: and use bsdlabel(8). If you have trouble with your driver, your parallel chipset may not run properly at the detected mode (NIBBLE, PS2 or EPP). Tune the ppc(4) bootflags to force other modes. SEE ALSO
da(4), lpt(4), ppbus(4), ppc(4), scsi(4) HISTORY
The vpo manual page first appeared in FreeBSD 3.0. AUTHORS
This manual page was written by Nicolas Souchu. BUGS
During boot, the driver first tries to detect a classic ZIP, then a ZIP+. The ZIP+ detection is intrusive and may send erroneous characters to your printer if the drive is not connected to your parallel port. BSD
December 14, 2004 BSD

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