What is the difference between minimal installation (in FreeBSD
Handbook, chapter 2.6, this is called "smallest possible configuration")
and installation from the CD labelled as "mini"?
> What is the difference between minimal installation (in FreeBSD
> Handbook, chapter 2.6, this is called "smallest possible configuration")
> and installation from the CD labelled as "mini"?
You can do a "full" install from the mini-CD, and you can do a minimal
install from the regular CD. And vice-versa.
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Has anyone done something like this on OpenBSD or emBSD, preferably using a
mini-cd (185MB & emBSD):
I'd like to do something like this with OpenBSD or emBSD, using IPF or PF as
read-only, but still allow write to MFS or such, for firewall logs, maybe
Same concept as doing a firewall on a floppy, but with more space to do
more! I noticed TheWall & ClosedBSD use IPFW; would rather IPF/PF over IPFW
any day though, especially considering I prefer something OpenBSD based
(such as emBSD) along with IPF/PF & bridge(4) support.
I'm not sure how to go about doing something like this, but going to read
all I can and see if I can figure it out if I can't get any help.. :-(
Any links, hints, help, ideas, constructive ciritcism, etc. are more than
PS: The system I'd like to try it on only has 32M RAM, so I couldn't do a