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Configuring IPCop Firewalls by James Eaton-Lee, Barrie Dempster

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First Boot

When the IPCop system boots up we will be shown the following screen, which is the boot loader installed as part of IPCop (Grub). We can now choose the boot option we want to use and optionally add any parameters to the kernel prior to boot. After a few seconds, the default entry should boot.

First Boot

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Grub

Grub is one of the commonly used boot loaders for Linux, and it essentially intermediates between the computer's BIOS and the operating system, letting us choose multiple operating systems or just specify options for one (such as picking SMP or ACPI support rather than the standard kernel, as in the menu shown in the previous screenshot). ...

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