On Thu, 26 Mar 1998, MagerValp wrote: > Marko> The floppy driver in Linux is capable of reading and writing > Marko> 1581 disks, but as far as I know, cbmfs only supports reading. > > Oh -- so 1581 support is built in to Linux nowadays? I thought you > needed cbmfs. No, cbmfs is just the file system driver. You could use any file system on the disk, but it is not likely that anyone has written an ext2fs driver for the C64. :-) And when it comes to ordering CMD hardware, they have an office in Austria. I don't know their address or prices, but when you order from them, you only have the hassle with international money transfers. I'd like to order some 230MB magneto-optical disks from Germany, as they are many times cheaper there than here, but all German companies I have asked either don't reply, don't accept credit cards as payment or don't deliver with Cash On Delivery. The bank would charge too much for the money transfer. Marko
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