David G. Miller wrote: > mark <m.roth at ...> writes: > > <SNIP> >> But I'm over the first hump. Now I'm playing with /dev/fd1 and >> /dev/floppy-fd1 (and why is it trying to read a superblock when I try to >> mount it, when I've said -t msdos? Oh, well, onward in the fight.) >> > I think mount uses the same error string (possibly from ERRNO) whenever it > can't find the appropriate file system structure on a device. Thus, you > get "Unable to read superblock" even when mount -t msdos is looking for a FAT > and FAT root directory. Hmmm... didn't see it mounted, but I'll try more tonight. Last night included a) playing with system, and b) finishing up our federal taxes.... mark "and getting a headache"