Manuel Kasper wrote:
> You should definitely be looking after something like m0n0BSD (or my
> miniBSD tutorial) instead of m0n0wall. There's no way we'll ever see
Yes, I checked that also. Very nice.
> services like SQL or SMTP in m0n0wall - heaven forbid! It's a firewall
> and thus not supposed to do that, period. I know that not much work has
I thought so. Thank you for pointing that out so clear.
> been done on m0n0BSD lately, and you'll also lose the GUI, but your
Too sad, the GUI was my main reason regarding m0n0wall. It is really the
UI I had hoped to use.
Anyway, it seems I will need to roll my own stuff from the ground up,
since the targets of all such efforts are likely either
Firewall/Router/AP systems without storage or full-blown Linux- BSD-,
etc. machines. I dislike either in a home-environment.