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Old 07-25-2003, 04:21 PM   #1
Ken Ju-On
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Pockey Portable Hard Drive Compatibility


Hi,


Has anyone ever used a Pockey portable USB hard drive (at http://www.craystone.com/pockey/pockey.html) with Linux? Did you have any problems installing or using it? I'm thinking of buying one if it's compatible with Linux.

Are Iomega USB hard drives compatible too? I prefer Pockey because it doesn't need an external power supply to operate. Iomega drives connect to the USB port AND need an external power outlet to supply power to it.

If anyone knows if Pockey USB hard drives are compatible with Linux, please tell me. I'd be most grateful for any advice.
 
  


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