Quoting <38760DFD.C9182780 at arbgroup.com>
by Vincent Cunniffe <vcunniff at arbgroup.com>:
> I'm considering getting a tape drive to backup stuff from my
> Linux server, which is reliable as hell but does have about 20
> gig of stuff on it that's not currently backed up :-/ 
>> So, any recommendations as to :
>> IDE vs SCSI
> Technologies to get/avoid?
> Driver availability under Linux?
A SCSI tape drive is a SCSI tape drive, so any SCSI tape drive will
work. Technologywise, it depends on your budget - DLT if you can
afford it, else DAT.
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