The Iomega Jaz drive is a removable-media disk drive whose disks have a capacity of 1 or 2 Gigabytes. Unlike the Zip drive, the Jaz is only available as a SCSI device (internal or external), so a SCSI interface card and driver are required to use these drives.
Much of this HOWTO evolved from what was created by the previous author, Bob Willmot, (who can now be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org), who maintained the HOWTO through version 1.6, with contributions and information from the following people:
The latest version of this document can be found on my homepage http://www.ultranet.com/~hsd/HOWTO/ where you will find the HTML version, suitable for browsing, a PostScript version, suitable for printing, and the SGML source. Other versions may be found in different formats at the LDP homepage http://www.linuxdoc.org/.
v1.8, 12 January 2000
v1.7, 18 November 1999
If you have any comments/suggestions/corrections please send them to: Herb DaSilva at Home or (if you must have fast response) at Work.
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Thanks to Stephan Burlot, email@example.com, for pointing out the error (or lack of clarity) in the 2Gb patch to jaztool that was fixed in version 1.8.
My thanks go out to Mark F. Komarinski for his "HOWTO-HOWTO" - This LDP author was helped Mark, you did your job. ;-)