On Wed, 2004-02-11 at 21:52, Ladislav Cisar wrote:
> > Ha-ha. m0n0wall takes a different approach than some other software
> > firewall packages that are installed on a hard disk - there's no swap
> > space to make up for the shortage of RAM, and even the entire root file
> > system is kept in RAM. Of course with swapping enabled there would be no
> > problems running it with 24 MB or even less (I don't think you're
> > running Win98 SE with 24 MB and no swap), but as m0n0wall is targeted at
> > embedded PCs that do not have hard drives, that's no option here.
> > - Manuel
> But let me understand one thing how is it with the -let say- cheap HW
> routers ? I know they have max about 16MB with some MBs of flash and they
> run the similar (according to me) services.
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