On Fri, Feb 07, 2003 at 10:16:51AM -0500, Louis LeBlanc wrote:
> On 02/07/03 12:41 AM, Daxbert sat at the `puter and typed:
> > have you tried using:
> > /dev/fd0.1200
> > I think 1.2MB is the normal size for a 5.25 dual sided floppy.
> > --daxbert
> I thought that was the newer ones. Weren't the old style 5.25s 640K?
> It's been so long . . .
Here's the rundown:
SSDD 8-sector: 160K This is all that was available in MS-DOS 1.0, IIRC.
SSDD 9-sector: 180K
DSDD 8-sector: 320K
DSDD 9-sector: 360K This was the default starting with MS-DOS 2.1, IIRC.
DSHD 15-sector: 1.2G (At least I think it was 15-sector...)
Only the last two appear to be supported by FreeBSD 4.7, at least by
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