Sorry about /dev/hd2 - me on Linux mode.
What I meant to say was /dev/ad2. As I understand it m0n0wall uses
partitions only (treating the entire disk as a slice?) so the standard
image tries to mount /dev/ad0a to get the configuration file. The
modified image at ftp.lin-x-pert.com has been modified so that m0n0wall
tries to mount /dev/ad2a instead.
From: Marten [mailto:wleiden at xs4all dot nl]
Sent: 27 October 2003 19:02
To: Frans King
Subject: RE: [m0n0wall] Boot m0n0wall from sec. master HDD
On Mon, 2003-10-27 at 19:44, Frans King wrote:
> Yes. You need to change /etc/fstab and /etc/rc.firmware to use the
> secondary master inside mfsroot.
> You can download such an image here:
> P.S. this image only works on the secondary master - /dev/hd2
freebsd ide-disks have slices and partitions:
ad0 = (disk)
s1 = slice 1
a = first partition in slice 1
so try to boot -s after the boot prompt
mount /dev/ad<n>s1a /
try n= 1 or 2
and ls / :)
if lucky you can manipulate /etc/fstab for your good settings
with something like vi.