> I am currently having difficulties in mounting the LS-120 (SuperDisk) Drive.
> I am using Red Hat Linux 6.0. The systems freeze (few seconds) when I
> attempted to mount the drive using "Linuxconf" under GNOME environment. The
> error message is "command too long" (something like that).
> Can anyone give me any ideas?
LS120 drives are seen by the system in a manner almost identical to hard
drives. They are numbered /dev/hd? as are hard drives.
Therefore to mount one you simple execute the command:
mount -t ext2 /dev/hdd /mnt/floppy
this example assumes that you have an ext2 filesystem on the drive. If you
have a Win95 filesystem there you would specify `vfat', and also assumes
that the LS120 is the slave on your secondary IDE channel.
Jason Clifford http://www.dlsl.demon.co.uk/
** Specialist Linux Consultancy and Support Services **
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