Re: [PARPORT] Boot from SyQuest EzFlyer ?
Sat, 12 Sep 1998 12:28:56 -0400 (EDT)

> I can give you some of my experience on this one. First, the SCSI
> EZflyers are faster (by about 5 times) and more reliable than the parallel
> port EZflyer. I own several of each. Next, it's almost trivial to
> install backups/alternate versions of linux releases on the SAME EZflyer
> SCSI drive. Simply remove (when rebooting) the cart you're no longer
> interested in booting from and insert the one you've created with the
> alternate version of linux. This arrangement has saved me many times
> because I have a backup cart. My /home directory resides on a piggy back
> EZflyer SCSI drive. So I simply swap my boot cart to the /home drive and
> insert my backup cart to the boot drive. It's about as simple (almost)
> as having two floppy drives to boot from.

But none of this speaks to the original question, which was about the parallel
port drive, which is not "bootable".
Grant R. Guenther

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