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Which Linux distros still support the LS-120 drive?

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Which Linux distros still support the LS-120 drive?

Postby Johneames » Tue Dec 12, 2017 1:46 pm


It appears the YABU distros have dropped support for the LS-120 Super Floppy. This is an IDE drive which takes 120MEG Super Floppies and can also read/write ordinary 3.5" floppies. I still have several of these drives and tend to use them when I'm writing books. 120MEG is more than enough for a book document file along with its associated notes files. I can write on the labels. Storage and transport is a breeze with ordinary 3.5" hard cases. It's how I work, don't judge. You can't write on thumb drives to keep them visually organized.

Looking to find out what distro still supports. If someone dropped support for them simply because they didn't have one, then I need to identify a distro and version released before they took over support.

Please Help.

Thanks !

I didn't find the right solution from the internet.

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