I am a bit out of my area here, but I think that multi-session CDs would not
help much. I think (But am happy to be told that I am wrong :-) that the
mutli-session drivers only 'see' the last session.
Although CD images are a bummer to play with, the same general issue applies
to all versions of m0n0wall - how do you get modules into an otherwise
standard m0n0 build? I suspect that the answer to that question may point
the way towards deploying the solution for CD's.
On Wednesday 16 June 2004 21:57, Joey Morin wrote:
> This one time, at band camp, Peter Curran said:
> > Well I must confess that I haven't even started to think about this
> > properly, but one problem here is that the modules would have to be
> > re-inserted every boot (given that most CD's are write-only).
> most burning software can burn an iso onto a cd as a session, leaving the
> cd "open" for more sessions. could not new modules be burned to
> subsequent sessions? of course the m0n0 kernel would have to support
> muti-session cds... does it? and a structure convention for those
> extra sessions wouldn't hurt...
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