Perhaps the following will help others. Prev Using kmsrecover in Kerio Mailserver It works! After a ton of searching I came across some instructions, which I will post for you in case you ever want to do the same. Not run on my computer. Either an explorer process, or something else. I remember a few years ago, I had it running on an old Gateway mhz pentium and it ran like a champ.
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Prev Using kmsrecover in Kerio Mailserver It works! Anyway, I hope someone finds this article useful. Great FAQ, and straight to the point, worked like a champ! I then went through a bunch of high volume transfers to make sure the quad nic was going well. I was unable to make a usable boot disc using the dd.
It ipcip really easy to work with and some modules are really great to have around for minimizing bandwidth waste and handling content-filtering as needed. This is for a home network of 3 PCs to hide behind.
Our company was buying these small supermicro 1U rack boxes with no cdrom, so I always opened up the case hooked up a cdrom cable and installed that way, with the bootable USB, system booted right up, recognized the Eata ky drive, and loaded the Ipcop, without a hitch. Not run on my computer.
IPCop and Intel Quad PT Gigabit Ethernet Card
Install IPCop from a USB Drive
Found that by closing the explorer window i was using to look in the directory lpcop the file solved the problem and this works now.
Others distro are so simple!! I am also providing a download link here in case that page ever disappears, because dd for windows is vital to making this happen.
Try copying the file and renaming it and using that file. Posted on November 21, August 27, by Jonathan Mergy.
Install IPCop from a USB Drive |
It looks like it is writing the image correctly. I remember a few years ago, I had it running on an old Gateway mhz pentium and it ran like a champ. The distro is designed to work on older, basic hardware and it does a great job with that.
Either an explorer process, or something else.
IPCop sees and understands it just fine after you can get 1. IPCop is a great little Linux-based firewall distro I use for many reasons. It will take about 5 minutes to write the image to the USB drive.
Then I will dedicate a hard disk to the installation and wipe it clean first.