Quoting Lennart Sorensen (firstname.lastname@example.org): > As for WEP versus WPA, no idea. I have only ever done installs using > wired ethernet. Wifi is too flacky for me to trust for an installation > where a network outage could make you have to start over. WPA is activated (but not yet widely tested) in the installer for the next Debian version, not in the stable installer. Not commenting about people giving us lessons about "hey this is 2011", except the usual comment: patches welcome. We are well aware that the stable D-I has no WPA support...just because nobody pushed this to its end during the development of D-I for squeeze. We're not magicians: features are not implemented just because someone wishes them. Another comment about the "user rights" part of this installation report: "man su". Using "sudo" is not the default behaviour for administrative access on *nix machines. It is indeed possible if the root account is indeed deactivated, just like Lennart mentioned. It is also possible to choose this behaviour in expert installs.
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