FreeBSD (ATAPI recorder): burncd -s max -e
data cdrom-xxx.iso fixate
If you wish to run from CD only, (no hard drive) you will need a standard
1.44 MB diskette or a USB flash drive formated with an MS-DOS/FAT file
system. (To store the config file)
Power up your PC, enter the BIOS and make sure that booting from CD-ROM
is enabled and booting from floppy disk or hard drive is
Insert CD-ROM (and floppy disk or USB if you are not installing to a hard
drive, USB stick, or DOM)
Boot, and wait for the console menu to appear.
If you are installing to a hard drive, CF card, DOM or USB drive, make
sure it is inserted, and select "7) Install on Hard Drive" and once
complete, remove the CD and reboot.
Select "1) Interfaces: assign network ports"
Assign functions (LAN/WAN/OPT) to your interfaces Hint: Use
auto-detection, or let the MAC addresses tell you which card is which)
Change the LAN IP address, or use the default 192.168.1.1 SmallWall acts
as a DHCP server by default)
Access the webGUI (user: 'admin', default password: 'small')
Make the necessary changes to the default configuration
When it works, installing from a CD-ROM is the easiest way to install
SmallWall. However, sometimes the new BIOS options, coupled with the
"pretend hard drive" that is the CD-ROM, and the other "pretend hard drive"
that is your installation media, can confuse the boot process. If this is
the case, consider one of the other install methods.