EXTERNAL, PARALLEL, LS120
Phil Cook / Mike Andrew
The modules required to drive this beast are readily
available in the kernel. Specifically
If you are using Caldera, place them in the order above in /etc/modules/default (or use coas to do so)
Otherwise, using modprobe
(paride will automatically load)
There is NO requirement to modify /etc/modules.conf
To mount your external drive
mount -t vfat /dev/pf0 /mnt/ls120
It is left to you to massage the above line into /etc/fstab should you wish to do so.
From firstname.lastname@example.org Fri Nov 17 19:54:55 2000
If things go bang.
There is a strng chance that you don't have these modules compiled if you updated your kernel. The necessary panel in recompiling is 'block devices', turn parallel IDE, PF and SHUTTLE TEchnology on.