> mount. It says something about the super block, and can't write to
> it...protected mode. could anyone help me with this problem. If possible put
When reporting an error, include the exact error message.
Also, include the command you used to attempt to mount the drive.
(If I could read minds, I'd be a much better poker player).
However, it sounds like you don't have IDE-FLOPPY support compiled into
Try the following
$ kmesg | less
Shortly after booting the computer. Look for where Linux "talks" about
your hard disks. If the LS-120 is being recognized as a CD-ROM, then
the problem is almost certainly that you don't have IDE-FLOPPY support
compiled into your kernel.