Don't really think so.
http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/query-pr.cgi?pr=32830

On 5/3/06, Chris Howells <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Andy Greenwood wrote:
> I'm trying to install 4.11 on an old IBM Thinkpad 750, but can't get
> the kern.flp disk to boot. I know that the floppy drive on this
> machine isn't exactly standard (it's a 2.88M drive, if that makes a
> difference), but I'm not sure what the differences are. In any case,
> when it tries to load the kernel from the floppy, I get this output..
>
> Disk error 0x4 (lba=0x38)

Likely a faulty disk or drive.
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