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Installing from LS-120 floppy drive

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I'm looking for a boot image for Red Hat 4.1 (or more) which will work with my LS-120 floppy drive. If use the normal boot.img, the kernel cannot understand the drive. I have installed fine on machines with normal floppy drives.
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The LS-120 support is not included in the standard boot.img kernel.  You'll have to build a new kernel with LS-120 support turned on before you can boot it.
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As I thought. Oh well, here goes... make menuinstall....... cheers!
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