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Old 06-14-2006, 11:49 AM   #1
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Installing m0n0wall over PXE to a thin client


I have a Neoware EON 3000X which has a 300MHz processor, 96MB of RAM, onboard 10/100 LAN adaptor, 1x PCI slot. Also, It has an 8MB disk-on-chip and an Internal IDE conector.

I've set up a DHCP/TFTP server on my XP professional box with tftpd 32, and have managed to boot the thin-client into a debian install over PXE as a test, and it got as far a saying there was no hard disk and could not continue.

I'm not too familiar with Linux, I have installed it a few times both over the internet and from CD-ROM and know some basic commands, but my knowledge of it isn't great.

I would like to build a m0n0wall with the Neoware box, but I'm not sure how to go about doing it. Would it be possible to install it to the disk-on-chip? and how would I go about installing it?

Old 06-14-2006, 01:54 PM   #2
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bump. Can't anyone suggest anything?


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