At 08:17 AM 10/23/2003, corre wrote:
>But, for some test purpose, I'd like to know if it's possible to access
>and modify some source files and test again ?
Absolutely. You'll want a FreeBSD system running somewhere. Then use a
vnode to mount the .iso image and play with it as much as you want. Build
a customized kernel. Change the look and feel of the GUI. All is possible.
When you have one that you like, burn your new .iso image to a new CD.
This, of course, means your comfortable hacking your way around a FreeBSD
system, and that your development machine (could be the same one you're
using for the firewall) has a CD burner on it.
There is a m0n0wall hackers guide (http://m0n0.ch/wall/hack/) that will
give you a feel for the kinds of things involved, although it doesn't
describe exactly what you're trying to do.
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