sketch at rd.bbc.co.uk
Tue Mar 5 10:44:43 GMT 2002
On Tue Mar 05, 2002 at 08:21:54AM -0000, William Cooper wrote:
> Just found this, hasn't been mentioned here yet, go check it out if
> you haven't!
> "ClosedBSD is a firewall and network address translation utility which
> boots off of a single floppy disk, and requires no hard drive. ClosedBSD
> is based off of the FreeBSD kernel, and uses ipfw as it's native ruleset
> management system, and natd as it's network address translation
PICOBSD(8) FreeBSD System Manager's Manual PICOBSD(8)
picobsd - floppy disk based FreeBSD system
picobsd [options] [floppy-type [site-name]]
picobsd is a script which can be used to produce a minimal implementation
of FreeBSD (historically called PicoBSD) which typically fits on one
floppy disk, or can be downloaded as a single image file from some media
such as CDROM, flash memory, or through etherboot.
Why re-invent the wheel and duplicate effort?
Jonathan Perkin - BBC Internet Services - <sketch at rd.bbc.co.uk>
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