Re: How to set up a "prefect" router
On Tuesday 17 July 2001 20:02, Michael B. Taylor wrote:
> I assume you want to set it up and have it just work, for an indefinite
> period. I also assume that if it breaks, *you* have to fix it :).
> In that case, consider not using the harddrive. Along with the
> power supply and fans, it is the least reliable component in the system,
> and well past its prime.
> I think some kind of 1 floppy linux, as you mentioned, might work fine for
> you. Other possibilities are floppy based tftp (aka diskless) boot and
> (if you have access to a burner) eprom based tftp boot.
Is there a one floppy linux you can recommend. I must have ppp included? Do i
have to make one by myself. If yes - how? Wich kernel whould be the best 2.2?
2.4? I heared that 2.4 doesn't work very well with old computers.
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