It is the right way, but not the only way. That will most definitely work, but Red Hat has another default.
Look in here floppy
Also, let me give you another recommendation for when you are doing searches: try terms that are common to your system first.
For example, if you are using RH9, and want to mount a floppy, try on Google "red hat 9 mount floppy how to". If you get no results, then you'd try "red hat mount floppy" and if no results by that, then "linux mount floppy".
The idea is to try to get the information most relevant to your system.