Re: "nonetworking" in squeeze?
On 03/22/2011 08:57 AM, Ronny Standtke wrote:
>> but in this case clearly just means the man page has drifted
>> out of date with the code :)
> While there might be some code regarding "nonetworking" lingering in the
> live-boot sources, the option does not work as expected in squeeze. I
> just started the latest KDE image, pressed TAB in the syslinux
> splashscreen, appended the "nonetworking" boot option, booted the system
> but still could connect to any LAN and WLAN without problems.
That's not a Debian Live issue, per se. The nonetworking option governs
boot-time network configuration. KDE and GNOME use NetworkManager by
default, and if it detects no /etc/network/interfaces configuration, it
will "take over", allowing the user to establish network connections. If
you want to prevent that, don't include network-manager among your