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Linux sees it as a SCSI disc. There's a howto at www.linuxnewbie.org and undoubtedly others (linuxdoc etc) you need to do a recompile with the specific iomega scsi driver as a module or in the kernel itself, and away you go. I had a problem with the SCSI setup as I was trying to get a usb 250 zip going at the same time. Ended up removing the parallel drive (use it for norton rescue on laptop only). There are some iomega tools for linux at www.iomega.com as I recall.
You need the iomega ppa module. It's in the scsi setup section of xconfig. If you've got the original install of whatever you're running, it's probably there already. Try the instructions in the nhf and see.