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SubjectRe: Floppy in 2.6
In article <>,
=?iso-8859-1?q?M=E5ns_Rullg=E5rd?= <> wrote:
| Jakub Krajcovic <> writes:
| > In 2.4 there was the option for "normal floppy support" and I have the
| > /dev/fd0 device for my floppy when I boot the old 2.4.22 kernel. So my
| > question is: does the 2.6 kernel support normal floppy disks or not?
| > And if it does, how do I enable this support in order to use my floppy
| > drive.
| It's there. In menuconfig it's "Device Drivers" -> "Block devices" ->
| "Normal floppy disk support".
| Who uses floppy disks nowadays, anyway?

People who are non-power users, people who support hardware devices
which use them and which cost too much to scrap and replace.

If I could find a good way to attach old 8 inch floppies to a PC using
reasonably available hardware I would, it would allow me to retire what
I use now. Since there's money in being able to do that, I do.
bill davidsen <>
CTO, TMR Associates, Inc
Doing interesting things with little computers since 1979.
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