Okay, finally I got things up and running.
I'll just write this message just as a reply to all
After trying Chris Live CD which didn't work either, I
moved over to the "usual" way - plug the drive to
another PC, write the image to it and then boot in the
I switched the IDE cables to the secondary controller
which didn't help either. I already changed the cables
Changing the power supply was not possible since I
don't have another fitting one available.
Or maybe the Live CD didn't boot because I'm doing
something wrong when burning the ISO. Although I must
say that i had never had problems burning (bootable)
ISOs. I recorded this one at 4x speed (lowest speed my
recorder will do) and with Disc-At-Once.
To make a long story short: I don't know what was the
Anyway, up to now m0n0wall looks nice to me. I very
much like the firmware uploading feature -- I already
thought about what to do when there will be a new
version availabe. Again open the router, pull the
drive out, plug it to another PC. Just don't have to
worry about that anymore :)
But I miss the possibility to login via ssh or
something similar. You usually don't need it if
everything goes fine with the web interface -- but
since the router here has no keyboard and no monitor
plugged this would be nice.
I know, if the configuration is completely shot, ssh
So is there anything? I remember having read something
about a page inside the web interface... but I can't
find anything like this.
So thanks again for all your hints.
--- Lee Sharp <leesharp at hal dash pc dot org> schrieb:
> From: "Don Munyak" <don dot munyak at gmail dot com>
> > If you like the idea of running from HD, then try
> the following link.
> > While others have had much success with
> physdiskwrite, I have a
> > personal preference for the Live CD.
> > http://chrisbuechler.com/index.php?id=17
> I have used both with much success. My preference
> is based on the system.
> If prebuilt with a CD-Rom, I uses Chris's image.
> > You also may want to consider compact flash
> instead of a HD as well.
> > Pretty cheap, no moving parts and most BIOS
> versions think there just
> > another HD.
> The best "hard drive" out there for PC like systems
> is this.
> So far, I have used about 15, with no problems on
> stock images. (One
> problem on an oversized image that I mentioned in
> the list, but that was not
> the fault of the chip)
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