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 From:  Fredrik Rudin <fredrik dot rudin at gmail dot com>
 To:  m0n0wall dash dev at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall-dev] RE: [m0n0wall] M0n0cache
 Date:  Wed, 14 Dec 2005 13:56:16 +0100
If you are interested there is a separate project for a NAS (Network
Attached Storage) by Olivier Cochard found at www.freenas.org also being
built ontop of the m0n0wall framework. He is documenting all the way so you
get some knowledge for free!

His "Development Handbook" http://www.freenas.org/devel-docs/

Regards!


On 12/14/05, w dot plein at gmail dot com <w dot plein at gmail dot com> wrote:
>
> At 07:17 PM 12/13/2005, Jayden Phillips wrote:
> >I really like this idea it great! But I think we need to make certain it
> is
> >integrated with m0n0wall, so I would suggest it would run on the same
> core,
> >once we figure out what m0n0wall is going to run on. And as others have
> >said, make it modular. If you need any testing, just shout!
>
> OK, who is going to play "feature creep cop"? <grin>
>
> PFSense was the fork to go for "fat" modules. I'm concerned that if we try
> to put it inside m0n0wall, the embedded platforms will get pushed to the
> back burner...
>
> I'm ~all~ for using m0n0 as a platform (GUI, etc.) for a different
> embedded
> application (squid vs. firewall). But if they need to go together, it
> makes
> the base image fatter (needs to accept more modularity) and potentially
> more buggy (more lines of code mean more bugs).
>
> I came back to m0n0wall for a reason! I love pfsense too, and if I was
> running on something with more power than a WRAP, I'd probably run
> pfsense.
>
>
> w dot plein at gmail dot com
>
>
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