On Sat, 2004-03-20 at 08:02, Fred Weston wrote:
> David Rodgers wrote:
> >Does anyone know (or care) if there exists out there somewhere a
> >software product similar to m0n0wall with a proper web gui that
> >functions as an NFS/Samba server.
> >In my perfect world it I am looking for something kind of like this.
> >A m0n0like image with all of the permanent software/OS that boots off of
> >a flash card (16-32meg at most because they are cheap) and sees hard
> >disks that are attached to
> >the system and lets you partition/format them and assign them as exports
> >and samba shares.
> >No I don't want to turn M0n0 into this (It does it's job well enough)
> >but I would like to find something that already exists and fills this
> >David Rodgers
> Sounds like you need a bootleg copy of SnapOS.
Can we PLEASE keep all talk of piracy well away from this list. It
isn't welcome in here in any way, shape or form.
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