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    SubjectRe: of removable devices
    >RJ> Floppies are considered cheap throw-away items. You don't add non-trivial
    >RJ> exception handlers to the kernel to save 15 cents now and then.
    >Floppies are cheap. DATA FILES on said floppies are DEFINITELY NOT cheap.
    >When "super-realiable" (and this is true if we'll compare it with Windows)

    More importantly, don't the same problems exist for Jaz drives and other
    high capacity removeable media ? Or is there provision in their h/w
    for async notification of a media change ?


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