I THINK that if you use the windoze software to update the onboard ROM,
it'll stay effective, as in any changes that you make, the ROM will keep
So, make your changes in Windoze and run Linux and edit any files you may
need to get the zip drivers in Linux to look to that port and irq address
How does that sound?
I guess, don't rely on that until someone else verifies that.
On Wed, 5 Jul 2000 11:15:32 -0400 "Peter Roach" <email@example.com> writes:
>I agree, Tim.
>The Lava port + Zip works fine in Windoze, but only if you configure
>a conventional parallel port address. However, I believe that this is
>probably a constraint set by Iomega's Zip driver, rather than anything
>with the Lava card. I assume that ppa does not have this constraint,
>parport/parport_pc has already resolved the address. Anyway, I do not
>how I would reconfigure the Lava port address in Linux, as Lava only
>supplies Win95/98/NT drivers that do this.
>I have just discovered that there are problems with the Lava PCI port
>HP Deskjet 812C - if I try to print, Linux siezes solid - no cursor
>movement, no keyboard response. However, the old HP Laserjet IIP still
>fine with Lava. Suspect therefore that this is also a timing problem,
>believe there is bi-directional communication going on with the
>812C. Also, as ppa is not involved here, this might point to parport
>being the place to resolve it.
>Is anyone having similar problems with other brands of PCI-based
>> -----Original Message-----
>Tim Waugh wrote...
>> On Sat, Jul 01, 2000 at 04:59:02PM -0400, E. Charters wrote:
>> > They don't work in windows either on a lava port as I recall.
>> Really? I'd be surprised.
>> I think there is probably a timing problem with the Zip drive
>> this would show up on PCI parallel port cards because they are so
>> quicker than on-board cards (PCI latency instead of ISA latency).
>> I suspect that there are at least two places in the driver where
>> problem shows up: one where the udelay patch goes, and one somewhere
>> else. There are quite possibly several places too. :-(
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