Forgive me for asking a stupid question (but I went from CP/M -->
Amiga --> PC, and the phonomena of 1.2MB came and went during my
Amiga years) but is this block size appropriate for 1.2MB
floppies as well?
I thought about that just about the time the modem fired off the
last message. I have not been a DOS weenie since running 2.11 on
my Seatle Computer Products Gazelle, a 10MHz 8086/8087 S-100 system.
Yea, S-100. It seemed like a good idea at the time. :)
Anyway, as I recall, a 1.2 floppy uses 15 sectors/track and a 1.44
floppy uses 18 sectors/track. So that would be bs=15k or bs=18k.
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