How do I use Imation Superdisk with linux?
Red Hat's default recognises it: on my laptop it comes up asQuote:>How do I use Imation Superdisk with linux?
If your kernel doesn't seem to recognise it, try re-compiling the
kernel to enable CONFIG_BLK_DEV_IDEFLOPPY, either as "y" or "m".
Can't recall offhand if "m" is even allowed for this (ISTR that
2.0.x insists on making this a "y", while 2.2.x allows you to make
it an "m")
Of course, you know that by "y" I mean built-in to the kernel,
while "m" is building it as a kernel module.
Any comments on the setup of the Matrox Mystique, with Xfree86 would be
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