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Re: Installing Debian

if you put a line in /etc/fstab like this
/dev/fd0        /floppy         auto    defaults,user,noauto     0   0 

make the /floppy dir (mkdir /floppy), and then run:
mount /dev/fd0 

Matt Rose        mattrose@folkwolf.net          http://www.folkwolf.net
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by a Czech hippie playwright with a manual typewriter"  Bruce Sterling

On Fri, 29 Sep 2000, p wrote:

> I have installed the Debian 2.0 base on a 486DX2/66 IBM compatible Thinkpad (at least this is what I think it is) from a CD-ROM (Infomagic: Linux Developer's Resource, 1998). Could you please tell me how  to mount the floppy drive (fd0, 1.44M) so that I can save files to and retrieve files from the floppy drive.
> Many thanks
> Glenn Horne
> mailto:glenn_horne@hotmail.com

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