I noticed a project called "NanoBSD" in the freebsd handbook that is
intended for exactly this purpose. I compiled & installed it just
fine on 6.1 release, but my hardware wouldn't boot a CF card, so I was
unable to verify that it worked.
Sounds like NanoBSD is to FreeBSD what m0n0wall is to Linux?
On 3/9/07, Nejc ?koberne <ne...@skoberne.net> wrote:
I plan to install a FreeBSD 6.2 router/gateway/DHCP server on a EPIA
box with 1GB Transcend IDE Flash drive. Since Transcend says that
this device is capable of "10,000 insertion/removal cycles" I assume
that I must minimize the number of writes to the drive. It is okay
with me if I have to configure syslog to log to another machine.
Any suggestions/instructions how to achieve this? Any experienced
users regarding this matter?