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    SubjectRe: 640 MB MOD's, sector-size 2048 bytes
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    "ing. George A. van Dorth" <dorth@xs4all.nl> writes:

    > I happen to have a M2513A MOD-drive from Fujitsu. I manage to format a
    > 640MB disk under Win95 but I can't read it under Linux-2.0.30. Durring
    > mounting it keeps on telling me that it can't handle a sector size of
    > 2048 bytes which happen to be the format of this type of disk. I can

    There is a patch for kernels 2.0.30 and 2.0.31pre9 (which also works with
    pre10) on http://www.uni-ulm.de/~s_mbuck1/linux/patches.html
    Alternatively, you can use 2.1.57 which supports 2048 byte sectors out of
    the box.

    By the way, what's the point in including the same mail twice, once as
    plain text (which is okay) and once as html (which seems rather useless to
    me)?

    Achim
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    Achim Oppelt, Schwedenstr. 25, D-91080 Spardorf, Germany
    e-mail: aoppelt@theorie3.physik.uni-erlangen.de

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