From: "Henk Zomer" <henk dot zomer at hetnet dot nl>
> On 1 of my other computers which is capable to boot fro a cd, I removed
> second HD and replaced it by the HD on which M0n0wall is supposed to run.
> This one has been formatted in FAT32 and is empty.
> Then I used your installer CD as boot cd.
> So far so good.
> atacontrol list works; second HD is recognized as SEagate which is ok.
> Then I applied this command in 1 line:
> gzcat /usr/m0n0wall/generic-pc-1.11.img | dd of=/dev/ad1 bs=16k
> then appears the message that the disk is full....
Take a disk, and hook it up slave on your own modern desktop. Boot into
windowsXP and use physdiskwrite to write the image. I usually juice a few
drives at a time. Slap one in that troublesome system. If it fails, it is
an issue with that system. I have an old HP PPro server that will give
"Read Error" and a hard drive, but boot a CD. Never bothered to figure out