Aguiar Magalhaes wrote:
Hi list,

#mount -t msdos /dev/fd0 /mnt/floppy ins´t working on
the machine using free 6.0

The /mnt/floppy exists but /dev doesn´t have the fd0
file. It has the fd directory and the files 0,1 and 2

PS: #mount -t msdos /dev/fd/0 /mnt/floppy doesn´t work

How can I do it ??

Thanks, Aguiar


/dev/fd/0,1,2 are file descriptor devices as far as i know.They have no relation to your floppy disk device.Your floppy disk device entry is commonly named /dev/fd0 and if you dont have such device entry in dev it means (in most cases) that operating system didnt recognize your floppy drive.Maybe it is disabled in BIOS ?
And please post your dmesg here.
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