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I want to write to an Iomega ZIP drive from an HP-UX version
9.05 test station.  What numbers do I use for the "make node" statement so I can write to it?
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I suppose you don't have to create a new device node. SCSI ZIP drives are accessed like any other SCSI device via the standard SCSI device nodes (whatever they're called under HP-UX).

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