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    In message <38AD4DA0.401ACBCB@uni-mb.si>, David Balazic writes:
    +-----
    | > > At the same time - the fix is hardware, the PC isnt fixable for this the
    | > > CD-ROM drives are. The 2.2.x supermount stuff does that bit right
    | >
    | > Exactly. As far as there are no automatic gear for floppies you can not
    | > avoid manual unmount if you want reliable work.
    |
    | But you CAN ,as at least AmigaOS proves.
    +--->8

    Do Amigas use PC-style floppies? After all, Macs and Suns for a long time
    didn't --- they could therefore do things that PCs couldn't.

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