On Tue, 14 Dec 2004 10:49:42 +0800, Noel V. Mesina
<noel at itstationcorp dot net> wrote:
> Hi all!
> This might help some newbies like me. I tried installing M0n0wall for 5
> days and lost lots of sleep thinking about the problem. I've got a
> pentium III 733 machine (quite old), cdrom drive, with a realtek8139
> and 3com509 nics. At first I blamed the card for not getting any network
> response from both cards, then the cable, then the ISO version ( sorry
> for that bro). In the end, I got the thing working. My problem was I
> burned the ISO version in a mini CDR (2.5"). When I burned it using a
> regular CDR (5.25"), everything worked beautifully. Must have been the
> volume allocation description of FreeBSD. (maybe ????).
An iso is an iso, no matter what size CD you put it on. Only thing I
can think of is if the drive in the target system won't read mini CD's
for some reason. Or maybe it didn't like that particular type/brand