This complete section needs a rewrite as we now have different floppy images!
If your IPCop PC has a CD-ROM, but your BIOS will not allow
a CD-ROM boot, you will need to create a floppy boot disk. If
your IPCop PC does not have a CD-ROM, you will need to create
both the floppy boot disk and the driver floppy disk. Both
images reside in the
directory on the ISO image.
On Linux, Unix and Macintosh OS X systems, creating the floppies can be done from a terminal window with the dd command:
dd if=/mnt/cdrom/images/ipcop-2.0.0-boot.img of=/dev/fd0 bs=1k count=1440
Use the same command with
if= pointing to the driver disk
image to create the driver floppy, if needed.
Two utilities are provided in the
/dosutils directory on the CD and its ISO
image. These are
rawrite.exe is a DOS based
command that can be used to create floppies from the
.img files in the
/images directory. Similarly,
rawwritewin.exe is a windows executable
that you can run under Windows to create the floppy disks
from the disk images on the CD.