Not the traditional floppy driver, but rather the ide-floppy driver
(which is a different driver.)
Thankfully, the LS-120/LS-240 hardware is actually sane.
Unfortunately the zip drive probably kept it from displacing legacy
floppies, at least in the short term.
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