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 From:  Jean-Francois Theroux <jftheroux at privalodc dot com>
 To:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  custom m0n0wall hacking
 Date:  Tue, 06 Jul 2004 11:25:00 -0400

	I know some of you actually do that. I'm on my first experience with 
this and I encountered a problem. I will list the steps I've taken to 
get where I am, and then tell you what my problem is.

1. I installed freebsd 5.1 on a box for development/hacking.
2. Got the rootfs tarball. Made changes to it, repackaged it with gzip 
to make a new mfsroot.gz
3. Mounted the cdrom-1.0.iso file, copy its content to a directory.
4. Copy my new mfsroot.gz to that directory.
5. Rebuilt an ISO with "mkisofs -R -G /boot/cdboot -o custommono.iso 

	So far, this all went well, it created an .iso, but when i attempt to 
boot with that image, it just won't boot.

Any idea of what I'm doing wrong? Or how to fix this?


Jean-Francois Theroux
Systems administrator