I had 1.2b3 running on a CF card. Once configured and running, it was
easy to upgrade.
Downloade "generic-pc-*.img" image you want from m0n0.ch/wall to a
local folder on your pc.
Go to System \ Firmware page of your m0n0wall fw. Click the "Enable
Firmware Upload" button. There is a button "BROWSE". Click this to
find the "new" image you want to install. Once you have found the
image you want to upgrade to, click "Upgrade Firmware".
This will upgrade your m0n0wall version AND reboot the firewall.
Make a backup of your config file just incase.
I did not experience any problems. Pretty painless.
On 6/11/05, Andreas Dijkman <rippie at initfour dot nl> wrote:
> I've received from someone the image for m0n0wall 1.2b3 with
> flashdisk-support. I want to upgrade to a newer version, but what will
> happen if i do that? I just spend hours to flash the Disk-On-Chip module
> with the right image and I don't want to do that again.
> In the new kernel, is there support for flash-devices or will I have to
> create an image for my own again (or ask someone to do that for me, because
> I'm a BSD-n00b :-) ).
> By the way, I'm impressed with the speed of the entire thing. I'm running it
> of a Neoware EON 3000i. It has a Cyrix MediaGX 300Mhz, 128MB, a Realtek and
> an Intel NIC and a Disk-On-Chip 16MB.
> So, can I just upgrade or do I have to make a custom image?