Contributed by jose on from the ramdisk-and-mfs dept.
"I've seen an old (June 2001) Daemon News article on how to build a bootable OpenBSD CDROM, but I was wondering if there is anything more current ( http://www.deadly.org/article.php3?sid=20010608162139 )I have seen some instructions before, including this recent article here on deadly which included Francisco's how-to, and nothing detailed for custom live filesystem cdroms. I have built some of my own using vnconfig and a ramdisk kernel and the like, but I don't really have a recipe handy (or available to share). Anyone have any other recipes they can share?
The reason I ask is because I am buying a 802.11 card and want to build a wardriving laptop. However, since the only laptop I have is the my work laptop, and I can't dual boot on it, I thought it would be nice to be able to have everything on a bootable CDROM."
Update Since we ran this story a few weeks ago, I'm seeking more indepth discussions and ideas that people have developed recently.
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