> > The main problem with your solution is that I have no idea how that > > FreeBSD works at all. > > Then why did you say you were interested in my solution? Simple. I am interested. And I am not the only one. I think your solution is great because everything runs from the floppy. > I spent a few hours packaging that tarball up, creating the web page, etc, > so that you could see what I was doing, etc, all because you were > interested in my solution... Thanks a lot. It's definitly not wasted time. I'll just have to learn more about FreeBSD. > If you've decided that you're going to use Trinux, then that's your best > bet. I don't know enough about how Trinux works to help you. I thought it could be a good proposal for the company I'm working for. And I have to say that it works great if you don't need a client assess-like keyboard layout. > Okay, I've put the pre-built image up on that web page: > http://www.scottklement.com/picobsd/ That is a great idea. Thanks. When booting from your floppy, I cannot connect to the AS/400 even if the DHCP configuration is ok. I've got a message like: No route to host. Do you think there's a link with the fact that we use a VPN to access to the AS/400? I am a bit surprised because I have the same problem with the DHCP configuration under Mandrake (so I changed the network conf) but it is not a problem with Trinux... Weird. Anyway, I'll make sure I am allowed to access to the AS/400 from that PC, then I'll try again and will keep you informed. Thanks again. Mathieu
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