I'm happy to announce that m0n0wall is on the front page of the November
issue of French computer magazine "Login:" (released today). It contains
a beginners-oriented article and comes with a monthly CD-Rom
(with the current 1.1 images for all platforms)
When I started to write this article, my goal was to make the French
Linux and BSD communities aware of the great project that m0n0wall has
become. (I must admit I was even not sure it would ever be published...)
Now it's there, so I hope the French community of users will
grow and give us lots of useful feedback!
For those who are interested, the editor web site's forum is at:
in French only).
Many thanks to:
(it's now or never)
- Manuel Kasper (the boss) who made me learn a lot on m0n0wall in
general, on its original design in particular (and for his great
patience with me of course ;-)
- Michael Alderete for his famous "Getting started with m0n0wall"
on-line article  and for letting me re-use some of his network figures.
- Chris Buechler and Jim McBeath for their accurate work on m0n0wall's
And all the very nice people on the mailing lists (I can't write
everyone's name here...) for their "savoir-faire" (know-how) and their
Let's have a drink!
$> cd /pub
$> more beer
 - http://www.aldosoft.com/docs/m0n0wall-getting-started.html
PS : I hope the magazine can be found in Belgium + Luxembourg +