Is there an easy way to copy the CD to a Linux PC make changes and make a new bootable. This may be brain dead simple but I thought I'd ask before guessing at how to do it.
Well .... basically... yes.... copy the whole content to a separate partition..... make it bootable... modify it.... and use bblcd (link is on the project homepage)... and modify it to use isolinux....and burn a new cd !...... That's basically how i did it (in short ! :-) )...
I'll release a development package as soon as the redwall reaches a "stable" state !
Could I get the two bootup files for the project (the kernel and the initrd.) I can use my own kernel but there is way too much stuff compile into it. I would rather use the ones from the priject anyway.
That gives me a good direction.
I'll look foward to the development package. I use SnortCenter to push out configs. One nice thing is that I can keep the config on a centeral server and push it out. That way I don't kneed all of the rules on the floppy. I hope to make a config that may not even need the floppy. If I use DHCP then map statically, I can accomplish this.
Thanks for the great project. I'll definately keep working with it. If your interested in any of my work let me know. I may be on just a slightly different direction, but not too far off.
thanks for your feedback... as you can see on the project webpage... a "central-config-storage-place" solution is in my mind... but first i'll have to find the time to release the redwall as it is right now.... and do the fancy stuff after :-)
Never mind I found the files.
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