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re OpenBSD on booting from CDROM
I am toying with the idea of creating a very small OpenBSD file system image
on a cdrom, which would boot from CD, have a small hard disk for logging /
swapping, or maybe /etc files mounted on a floppy and run a ramdisk for tmp
space and log to another machine.
I see this as being a good way of setting up a firewall quickly which cannot
be tampered with.
Can anyone see any problems with what I am suggesting?
What kernel options etc would need to be included to facilitate this and how
can I burn a cd from the image I create with rockridge extensions ???
Any feedback would be appreciated.
Regards Andrew Kaszubski