Re: CD issues
> How about a compromise: floppy-less install from ATAPI and SCSI CD-ROM
> drives, the drivers floppy still required for the other CD-ROM types.
> Very few people will notice - 99% of currently used CD-ROMs are ATAPI
> or SCSI, the "proprietary" ones are mostly historic 1x and 2x drives.
Hmm, I highly doubt that only 1% of CD-ROMs are the so-called "proprietary"
kind. A lot of CD-ROMs using proprietary models are out there.
John Goerzen | Running Debian GNU/Linux (www.debian.org)
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