Seth Rothenberg said:
> Looking at various options for the m0n0wall,
> I find that it doesn't fit in 7MB any more.
> That's OK, because I have 128MB CF's.
> Can someone tell me how one creates a File system
> and copies in BSD - are the utilities present on m0n0wall?
The utilities are not present on m0n0wall. You need a FreeBSD 4.x system
(m0n0wall 1.1 is based on FreeBSD 4.10).
I've written a script that will update m0n0wall images, recreating the file
systems if necessary. It's available from http://www.xs4all.nl/~fredmol/m0n0
Look for "m0n0-inst-modules". Note that a module is nothing more that a
tar file or directory with files to update the m0n0wall image with.
You'll still need FreeBSD 4.x to run it.
> (I can mount a spare CF to work on).
> Or, can it be done in Linux.
No, Linux has too little support for it. By default it can only mount
FreeBSD file systems read-only. It lacks:
- Write support
- A compatible newfs
- The disklabel utility