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[vdr] Re: Firewire "Drive Dock"
Thats cool. How is firewire support in linux? I went
to http://www.linux1394.org/ and ascertained that it
was pretty good.
Does anyone use a portable firewire drive, would this
work the same? I was going to get one the same size
of my large drive and just copy it to the firewire
external drive and then edit everything on my faster
computer, but don't know if that would work/what
firewire external drive to get.
--- Lauri Pesonen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> This is a hard drive docking station that is linked
> to the PC via the
> firewire port. Might be useful for people running
> out of IDE ports.
> Attaching Super DriveDock is simple. Plug it into
> your IDE hard drive;
> attach a FireWire cable to your host computer and
> plug and play. The
> drive will spin up and show up on your desktop.
> There is no driver
> ! Lauri
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