Micro Solutions has offered minimal suport for Linux the past two years.
Now that we released the source code for inclusion into the kernel, there
is a lot less for us to do.
Adaptec (now Roxio) is the manufacturer of the CDR/CDRW mastering software
we include with the Backpack line of cd-rewriter's for standard Windows
computers (95/98/NT/2000). They have nothing at all to do with us company
wise. A lot of people have gone to there site for support mistaking them for
us. Its an honest mistake since we include there software with our drives.
I can tell you the main issue we see with using the Backpack on the parallel
port of any IBM Thinkpad is the default parallel port settings. You must
the parallel port from the default 03bch/bidirectional to 0378h/EPP.
Please keep this list informed with any issues you may have. I sent Tim one
of our drives a while back so that he can test our drive with various Linux
kernels. Like Tim said, the current kernel should have our driver in it.
Al Crowley, Technical Support Assistant Manager
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