It's pretty easy to change the line that points out "fd0" to "afd0" in
/etc/inc/config.inc if you really want to use the LS120. I'm really not that
good in creating a bootable iso image with mkisofs, otherwise I could have
done it for you. (if someone wants to provide a relevant mkisofs command
line I wouldn't mind doing it)
// Thomas Hertz
> > I'd like to know if it is possible to run m0n0 (the standard pc-cd
> > version) .... with a LS-120 drive instead of a floppy to write the
> > file on. I KNOW, it's ackward, but the device I'd like to use (An IBM
> > netvista) has no floppy port on the mainboard, only ONE ide port.
> > Thanks in advance!