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|Re: Question [message #340095]
||Thu, 23 March 2017 20:40
Registered: August 2012
On Mar 23, 2017, at 5:33 PM, Bruce Johnson <johnson@Pharmacy.Arizona.EDU> wrote:|
> You’ll need an appropriate device with a SCSI interface; an old PowerPC mac would work just fine, then copy it over the network to the Linux box as files, burn to DVD on linux box. Easy.
The Orb 2.2 also came in a parallel port version. There are cheap parallel-to-USB adapter cables. It ‘might’ be possible to use this directly with the Linux or Windows machine if you had the correct drivers for both the Orb, the USB adapter cable. Then again, it might not work.
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