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In Linux the floppy is generally /dev/fd0 (equivalent to a: in Windows ).

The standard mount point for floppies is /media/floppy. You can easily mount the floppy with the command:

mount /media/floppy

If you have a line like this in /etc/fstab:

/dev/fd0        /media/floppy         auto    user,noauto             0       0

Note on Laser Servo Diskette Drives

If your floppy drive is actually a Laser Servo Diskette (LS120) drive, this will be named /dev/hdc or /dev/hdd