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usb floppy

I have a Fujitsu P-2040 lifebook on which I've put
Woody with the 2.4.18 kernel.  It has an external usb
floppy drive which I anticipate using just
ocassionally.  I managed to mount it by loading a
number of modules for scsi and usb support using
modprobe and the mount command.  What would be the
most convenient and efficient way to have it set up to
use whenever I want, not having it attached at other

Should the modules be included in /etc/modules?

Should the mount information be in /etc/fstab?

Thanks in advance for any advice and opinions.


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