> : I would appreciate any information on the state of support for these
> : removable disks (sold by IBM, Fujitsu, and possibly others). In the
> : absence of any existing support, I would appreciate any pointers to
> : documentation describing the structure of the standard file system
> : used on these disks by DOS and OS/2.
> Hi, i have a Fujitsu with 230MB works great! Simply make a filesystem
> on it and mount it. If you have OS/2 Superfloppy format, its simple, too.
> Simply mount it, with the right /dev/xxx.
> You can use FAT/HPFS(Read Only !)/ ext/ ext2/VFAT all works well.
> : Please e-mail any responses directly to me.
> : Thanks!
> : Mike Westall
> : Professor of Computer Science
CDW sells olympus 230 meg MO disks for 50.00 for 5 disks. They are very
and for some strange reason they don't get as hot as the fuji disks.
I have a fuji DynaMO and a n Olympus sys.230, the olympus drive
is very much faster, quieter and cooler than the fuji. partition the
disks and put any filesys on you want, but if you use an msdog filesys,
dont make it with linux, dos boxes just cant read them. make them under