I would like to install a ZoomFloppy to my Raspberry Pi 3. How can I do that? I just found older instructions for windows and macs. I'd like to have a step by step guide to do so. TIA

  • This would appear to be a niche product and you may not find anyone here who has even heard of it. Wouldn't it make more sense to ask the product manufacturer? – Steve Robillard Aug 28 '16 at 0:08
  • Welcome to the Raspberry Pi flavoured corner of the Stack Exchange network. I'm a bit rusty on the Commodore series of computers but the linked-to forums did have this post: Raspberry Pi 3 as C64 how to use real drive? which might give you some pointers. It also looks like a powered hub might be useful as that unit and any attached drives (although they could, of course, be self-powered) would be supplied from the USB connection. For the record this is all speculation on my part so if an expert wants to chime in...! – SlySven Aug 28 '16 at 0:13
  • @SlySven I want to use the Pi to act as a storage device. Not as a replacement for the C64 as shown in the link you provided. But thanks maybe I can use some of the hints given. – JoB Aug 28 '16 at 11:50

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