Mon, 21 Jun 2004 09:59:22 -0400 (EDT)
I like sisela for its ease of use, simplicity, that it supports wifi so
easily, that it auto detects the networking hardware, and that it uses a
2.4 kernel with iptables - so many others use ip chains.
The only thing that I havent been successful in is getting it to control
my ppoe adsl connection...
Martin Ling said:
> On Mon, Jun 21, 2004 at 11:30:20AM +0200, Mikael ?sth wrote:
>> Im new to this list(and fairly newbie at linux). Is there a way to
>> install sisela to the harddrive of a notebook for example. Would be
>> nice to add some other packages for statistic and so on.
> There isn't currently a way to install Sisela to a hard drive. If
> someone really wanted to do it I'd suggest starting from the source
> package, adding the necessary IDE/SCSI support to the kernel
> configuration, and then putting the whole FAT & SYSLINUX setup on a hard
> disk partition instead of a floppy.
> But *why*? There are literally hundreds of other Linux distributions
> designed to install to hard drives, including dozens designed for
> similar purposes as Sisela.
> You *can't* add any extra packages to an installed Sisela setup.
> Everything's built together so that unnecessary library code can be
> taken out to save space.
> The point of this project was to make the most capable networking system
> that could possibly fit on a floppy. Now people keep asking for it to do
> something else, when there are plenty of alternatives - mostly with more
> maintenance than one busy student.
> What do people like so much about Sisela?
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