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 From:  "Luis Carlos de Toledo //yahoo//" <lscrlstld at yahoo dot com dot br>
 To:  <m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch>
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] making a development environment (newbie)
 Date:  Sun, 7 Dec 2003 00:37:58 -0200
the last changes in config.inc pb20r555 version to automatically probe the
device to mount does not allow the use of the NFS, it's a problem...

>>>> After kernel load and mfs root mount I see the messagens:
>>>
>>> Why is it doing the MFS root mount?
>>
>> I beleave that it's a one way to store the sources on the server, and 
>> work
>> on this... :-)
>
>OK -- the point (at least for me) of going the NFS root is that the 
>files are stored on the NFS server as files, not as an mfsroot image 
>that m0n0wall continues to mount.

>My test box for this is currently undergoing an update to FreeBSD 5.2, 
>so I can't troubleshoot this right now.  What I did when I was testing 
>things though was to insert additional debugging information in to the 
>/etc/rc script that gets run.  In particular, have it print out where 
>it is in the boot process, and the output from the mount(8) command, so 
>you can see what filesystems have been mounted and what their status 
>is.
>
>N