I'm attempting to use a USB Key (DiskOnKey 64 MB) to run Monowall, and can
do everything except *write* to the disk. Which makes it difficult to
The machine boots, identifies the key and my network cards, and takes me to
the console config.
From this point onward, any attempt to write to the key gives a
(da0:umass-sim0:0:0): Synchronize cache failed, status == 0x10, scsi
status == 0x0
Eventually, things time out and I get the
Warning: fopen(/conf/config.xml): failed to open stream: No such file
or directory in /etc/inc/xmlparse.inc on line 126
Error: could not open XML input
Then dumped back to the menu. At this point forward, the key is basically
unusable (m0n0wall can't even stat files on the filesystem) and I don't get
any more errors, but am more-or-less forced to power-cycle the box.
At the moment this is connected to a pretty basic Gigabyte 7VKMLS Socket-A
board, which uses the VIA KM266/8233 chipset. I've also tried another board
(Matsonic MS-8157e), same results (but same chipset)
Any suggestions? Or am I just stuck?