Provided by: jazip_0.34-8_i386
jazipconfig - jazip(1) configuration tool.
The jazipconfig script is a tool to easily build the /etc/jazip.conf
file for the configuration of jazip(1)
The optional --non-interactive command line parameter instructs
jazipconfig to do what it can to build a /etc/jazip.conf file without
prompting the user. On Debian systems, the command is invoked this way
by the jazip package post-installation script.
In this non-interactive mode, the script looks through /proc/scsi/scsi
for detected Zip or Jaz devices. If it find any, it looks up
/etc/fstab to see if it can find already specified mount points for
them. If (and only if) it finds mount points, it writes the device and
mount point to /etc/jazip.conf
If no command line options are provided, jazipconfig runs
interactively. In this case, it also looks through /proc/scsi/scsi for
detected Zip or Jaz devices. If it find any, it looks up /etc/fstab to
see if it can find already specified mount points for them. Then it
creates a user menu which you can use to create the /etc/jazip.conf
The first entry listed in /etc/jazip.conf is the default device used
when jazip is called without an argument.
Copyright (c) 1999 Peter S Galbraith <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This manual page by Peter S Galbraith <email@example.com> for the Debian
GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).