Skim reading the Untangle website last night I was left with the impression that Untangle will wipe an entire disk on install. I have an XP notebook that I was going to use as a gateway to a home LAN.
I like the idea of a UTM but I'd also like to be able to keep my Xp box... for whatever reason. Plenty of space on the drive tho so figured I would compress existing partitions, make some room for Untangle and install to a partition.
Can this be done?
If not why? Is it just a limitation of the install GUI or a deliberate decision to require nothing but Untangle running on some hardware, for security reasons.