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> cannot i load the m0n0wall generic pc img in to my /boot directory of
> and boot from it
Did you get my previous private message?
m0n0wall is an *entire* Operating System (kernel + tools), like
GNU/Linux or FreeBSD (some would add MS Windows, but I don't ;-)
It's not a part of an OS, nor a standalone application. You have to boot
it from scratch from a bootable media (CD-Rom, CF card or HD).
More, I think Linux can only load its own kernel from /boot...
Please READ ALL THE AVAILABLE DOC!
If you mean "Is there something similar based on GNU/Linux?", try IPCop
or SmoothWall. Even with GNU/Linux, you'd better read the doc ;-)
If you mean "setting up a PXE boot environment with GNU/Linux", I really
don't know if it's possible.
You'd better try m0n0wall with the CD-Rom version, as it requires
nothing but changing your BIOS boot sequence + a blank diskette.