I have a whole collection including old data and dos games (almost all being 1440kb 3.5" disks + some apps on 5.25" floppies..)
--but they are somewaht awkward to work with on Linux
I usually end up using dosemu
--to make use of diskettes
If I really needed it(a diskette read/write/use) to function all the time, I would look into diskette operations under Linux more completely to get disk access and release (umount(s)) more realiably done/easier to use..
--unfortunately, even though some of the data is still useful to me, I haven't gotten arround to reading all that disktette(s) data into my system: I'm probably just too lazy to bother
There used to be a floppy/diskette based NAS system, but I don't think it is around or usdeful any longer: probably gone to a usb drive or CDhttp://www.serverelements.com/?target=Products
--that was the one i was thinking about.