Does anyone know if (red hat) Linux supports the LS-120 and/or the
(SCSI ls-120) floppy drives?
> Does anyone know if (red hat) Linux supports the LS-120 and/or the
> (SCSI ls-120) floppy drives?
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On a related note, and probably a FAQ:
my laptop only has an LS-120 drive. How can I make a boot disk?
mkbootdisk doesn't work, since it lives at /dev/hdc not a /dev/fd*
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