I tried booting of CD-rom but that doesn't work. It doesn't boot at all, the
cdrom does boot (partly) on my laptop.
The weird thing is, I can boot OpenBSD 3.8 or other bootable cd's without
I guess I'll look for a compactflash -> ide adapter and try again.
On 12/15/05, PlanAlpha <plan dot alpha at gmail dot com> wrote:
> On 12/15/05, Roy Boverhof <furymedia at gmail dot com> wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > after looking at a lot of firewalls I think m0n0wall is exactly what I
> > :)
> > However, it won't boot. All I get is this message:
> > http://www.fury.nl/images/m0n0wall_bootproblem.jpg
> > This is a supermicro 1U P4 3,4Ghz server with 1Gb memory:
> > http://www.supermicro.nl/products/system/1U/5014/SYS-5014C-MF.cfm
> > Hope anyone knows what the problem might be, I used the 'generic_pc'
> > Kind regards,
> > Roy
> I've had nothing but trouble with supermicron systems :(
> ...and it usually stems from the mass storage controllers (unless its
> the motherboard dying...again) . As a test, download and burn the 1.2
> cdrom image and see if it works. If I use an ide -> cf converter it
> works, but never with the raid controller and hard drives, at least
> with the models I've used.
> Good luck.