Making your own dial-up ISP on a floppy disk (or boot CD)
torriem at chem.byu.edu
Fri Feb 24 13:40:24 MST 2006
Shane Hathaway wrote:
> I would remaster Knoppix. It is surprisingly easy and a lot of people
> do it. I successfully removed all of the GUI software from Knoppix,
> installed my own software, and created a 120 MB CD that boots to my
> Even if you want a smaller CD, this is probably the best way to get
> started because you'll learn the basics before diving into optimization.
Sure. My current plan is to make a knoppix CD.
My original question still stands, though. Does anyone have experience
in setting up a dial-in server system under linux? (mingetty, pppd,
etc)? That's my real question. Better yet does a boot cd or floppy
already exist to do this? I'd think so since this can't be all that
unusual (at least 10 years ago anyway.. ;).
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