I had the same error with connectix vm software (now M$ virtual PC 2004).
So, if I understand correctly I should:
1. Disable the hard disks (haven't tried this)
2. Set the vm to boot off the .iso (was able to do this)
2. Set the floppy to be some bogus image file and format it with nothing on
it (didn't think to try this)
I only have one mini-pci intel laptop nic that has the virtual nic driver,
however, when I assign this to the VM I can't get the lan interface pingable
by the local machine or any other machine. I think maybe I'll switch back
to vmware and try my luck with that. Also, I'm kind of new to bsd, does bsd
have something like usermode linux that I could use to setup my dev
environments there w/o using a M$ host? Lastly, can anyone think of a way
to flash a virtual hard disk (.vhd) with the generic m0n0wall.img?
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From: <EXT dash Mike dot Bradshaw at nokia dot com>
To: <fester54 at hotmail dot com>; <m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch>
Sent: Wednesday, May 12, 2004 5:15 AM
Subject: RE: [m0n0wall] vmware
> -----Original Message-----
> From: ext fester [mailto:fester54 at hotmail dot com]
> Sent: 12 May, 2004 11:23
> I have a windows pc with vmware workstation installed. I download
> cdrom-1.0.iso, created new virtual machine "other " FreeBSD
> 64 Mb ram use
> bridged networking 0.5 Gb disk size and used cdrom-1.0.iso
> for connection.
> At the end of boot I see fd0: recal failed STO 60 cyl 0 . I
> can set only
> lan interfaces lnc0 and not wan interfaces, I can't connect
> with my browser
> at http:// 192.168.1.1. How can I use monowall with vmware ?
> All helps are
> appreciate. Best regards Fester
couple of things, you don't need the Hard disk.
Set it up (in the VM machine bios) to boot from CD (use the ISO image)
I also set the floppy to be an image rather than real hardware. You will
need to connect this image to some other VM machine to format it BEFORE
using it with the m0n0 image. From the error message this might be the
problem you are experienceing
I had it set up with 5 nics (i recently need to re-build the W2K host OS and
have not got round to re-installing VMWare yet).
Worked REALLY well
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