Re: Write to floppy?
When I put a floppy in it opens as read only. I've tried accessing as
root and trying to mount it with -w as root. It just won't let me.
Anyone know why?
Are you sure that the little tab on the floppy has not been set to read
only? If it has, slide it up or down which ever the case may be.
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