On Mon, 29 Nov 2004 01:45:43 +0100, Oli <bsd03 at gvs dot dyn dot bawue dot de> wrote:
> > Absolutely, you'll have to find a way to prevent platform 'cdrom'
> > trying to restore default config.xml to floppy. I think this could
> > be done somehow by tweaking /etc/inc/config.inc. I didn't drive
> > deeper into this because i don't really need this 'feature'.
> Today i accidentally booted my laptop with a m0n0wall-cdrom. It has no
> floppy attached to it. There are lots of errors about the missing
> floppy device, but finally m0n0wall runs on default config.
> So the only thing someone needs to do in order to read his config from
> cdrom is replace default config.xml on the image with his own and boot
> without floppy.
No, because it's still going to look for the config.xml on the floppy
and not find it. As stated above, you'll have to modify config.inc,
or something in there, to get it to read config.xml from a different
location. There is no config.xml on the iso.