I'm not sure if this is the same problem...
I have been happily running the previous version from the CD/floppy
combination. I decided to go with the CF card version for 1.22. I
used physwrite.exec to write generic-pc-1.22.img to the CF card,
replaced the CD-Rom drive with it, changed the bios to boot from HDD-0
instead of CDROM, and rebooted.
FreeBSD comes up fine, then I get a fatal error message saying that
config.xml cannot be found.
BTW...my cpu is an AMD XP900, with 128 MB of storage.
--------- Original message ---------
>From: Okke Timm <monowall at altq dot net>
>To: m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
>Subject: generic-pc-1.22.img reboots on my pentium-133 system
>Date: Mon, 03 Apr 2006 19:40:39 +0200
>I just tried to upgrade my good old pentium 133 / 64 mb firewall box
>from 1.2 to 1.22 but all it does is rebooting before the kernel
>initialization messages are shown on the console. The kernel seems to
>load ok, but then the box reboots instantly. After manually writing
>the 1.22 img to the flash card with physwrite (did not help) I rolled
>back to 1.2 and my box works fine again.