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SubjectRe: floppy programming
On Mon, 19 Mar 2001, Alex Baretta wrote:

> Leandro Bernsmuller wrote:
> >
> > Hi,
> >
> > some body know if exist or is possible to do one
> > driver
> > to makes floppy drive use some type of "balanced" bits
> > distribution?
> > ...
>
> I don't remember where I saw it, but I'm sure there is a program
> which runs on Linux as well as Win32 that improves the data
> capacity of floppies by using one of several possible strategies.
> If I remember correctly it is capable of reaching close to 2.0 Mb
> of useful space. I tried a search on the internet but was unable
> to find it.

IIRC it's called "2m".

> Before beginning to code, remember to look for what you need. If
> it's anything close to reasonable, you have a nine out of ten
> chance that someone, somewhere, has already done it for you.
>
> If you actually find it, send me a link to its URL, please.

/Martin


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