Subject: Re: Thanks, its up!
To: None <>
From: Valtteri Vuorikoski <>
List: macbsd-general
Date: 06/16/1995 21:16:15 has randomly hit several keys, resulting in
> yes, its kind of a scsi drive, limited to 2 scsi ids, and that comes with
> its own formatting and mounting tool.. its not a conventional drive, like
> everything else in the world.. though I have heard success formatting
> a zip disk with silverlining.. but generally.. no, you must use iomega's
> mounting and formatting utility.. 

 Which means that NetBSD's drivers probably won't like it either. What's the point
in doing that kinda stupid scsi implementation ?

'Good-bye and hello, as always'