I am new to linux and have just finished installing REDHAT 4.1 on my
I have an LS-120 floppy drive (3.5" uhd / IDE / 120mb) in my system and
can not figure out how to get linux to recognise it.
In the boot sequence Linux ID's it as hdb and says it is an LS-120 cosm
mode2 floppy drive, but i get errors when I do a mount /dev/hdb /mnt/fdd
(/dev/hdb - because thats what it calls it, /mnt/fdd - because this is
the directory I want it to appear in)
I would appreciate any help you could give me, I don't know if i need a
special driver, or if a am not setting it up right.
Also I have:
adaptec ava1505/1515 SCSI card
SCSI CD-R panasonic CR-7501b
Soundblaster 16 PnP CT2980
I have been told I will need to recompile my kernel to include drivers
for them once I find and download them but I cant find them on the net.
please reply by E-mail as my isp has problems with incoming news groups
and I cant be sure I will get a responce via the news group.
-=< TeZ >=-