PCMCIA floppy for 2.2.x?

thomas lakofski (tommy@88.net)
Sun, 28 Feb 1999 12:45:13 +0000 (UTC)

I have a Toshiba Libretto 100CT. It ships with a PCMCIA floppy drive and
no on-board FDC. I found a patch/module for 2.0.x series kernels
(floppy-cs) which replaces the kernel's floppy driver with a module which
supports the drive, but I've not been tempted to try and shoehorn this
into 2.2.x.

I was wondering if anyone would have a recommendation for PCMCIA hardware
that's already supported by the kernel that would let me use floppy disks.
I have a SCSI PCMCIA card so maybe a SCSI floppy drive would work -- but
I've never actually seen a SCSI floppy drive, and I imagine it would be



Thomas Lakofski.

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