You can mount MS-DOS floppies by doing:
mount -t msdos /dev/fd0a /floppya
df -k <-- Should show your mounted floppy.
If you have a problem you can check and see if:
in your kernel configuration file.
On Fri, 10 Oct 2003, Lee Harr wrote:
> > I am trying to mount a floppy. Don't know what is it that I do wrong,
> > cause it doens't work... I have asked for help before, even here, but the
> > problem still is not solved :( .
> Do not mount a DOS floppy. Use mtools instead.
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