[maybe-ITP] gamin

Yaakov S (Cygwin Ports) yselkowitz@users.sourceforge.net
Tue Jan 31 02:04:00 GMT 2006

Christopher Faylor wrote:
> FAT but not FAT32.  There can be differences.

AFAIK, we're only concerned with the permissions issue, which IIRC is 
the same for both.

> Can you format a floppy as FAT32?

Not on Windows.  A FAT32 volume must have a minimum of 65,527 clusters, 
with a minimum cluster size of 512 bytes, which adds up to be a lot more 
than a floppy.



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