Sorry to reply to my own post but did review monowall docs and see that it
indicated that 8 meg cards were used so found a couple of 16 meg cards on
ebay for about $10 with shipping. One step closer to getting my full size
box offline and replaced with my nlx and fewer moving parts.. yea.
On 9/10/05, David <dlawley at gmail dot com> wrote:
> Well have one on the way. Now, compactflash cards, I was reading that
> certain cards support dma but since we're not doing any or alot of
> reading/writing don't really see that as a requirement for mono. Spotted
> 64meg PNY card at bestbuy for $20.
> Also this will remove the requirement for having the floppy drive for
> backups in my current cdrom image config, right?
> On 8/24/05, Don Munyak <don dot munyak at gmail dot com> wrote:
> > I got mine off ebay. 0.99 cents plus $10 shipping
> > you can also goto http://monoprice.com
> > Part number # ADIDE2CF adapter
> > This particular reader replaces a IDE hard drive in a pc.
> > You plug this device right in the IDE slot of the mother board. ** No
> > cables. **
> > They also have many other types. Just type "cf reader" in the search
> > box.
> > I have been using this same adpater in three different m0n0wall
> > routers for the last 6 months. No issues to report.
> > http://mach5products.com/ has a nice looking 5-1/4 drive bay reader
> > I'd like to have...but I'm too cheap right now.
> > - Don