Chad R. Larson wrote:
> At 05:05 PM 11/20/2003, Chris Craft wrote:
>>I have tried the procedure to install generic-pc-pb19r536.img to a hard
>>drive on a machine that boots from the CDROM version just fine. (The
>>reason why I'm doing this is because the @#!!$ floppy drive is now toast,
>>and I like the reliability of hard drives better.)
> You'll like it even more better if you take out the hard drive all
> together. Set the CD-ROM to be the boot device. Burn the
> "generic-pc-cdrom" ISO onto a CD-R (those little 8mm ones are very cute)
> and put it in the drive. Once the m0n0wall is up and running, the CD drive
> spins down and you have no moving parts. In fact, if you have an old
> (read: slow) enough CPU, you won't even need any fans. It's not going to
> get any more reliable than that.
How would I configure it in this case? I need the ability to change
on the fly.