Re: configuring network card solved.
so - how did you do it??? sorry to be dense, but this is something that's
been driving me nuts. you're saying it's an option in the install
On Fri, 22 Dec 2000, Xucaen wrote:
> just FYI for all the newbies who were trying to
> figure out how to configure the network card. the
> easiest way I found was to reinstall the whole
> system. The installation program is very easy to
> use and sets up all the files. (It is also very
> easy to miss). I re-reinstalled again lastnight
> and there it was; network card, gateway,
> hostname, IP, nameservers..
> I'm surprised that debian doesn't have this
> installation program available after installation
> is completed so that we can go back and
> change/add network settings......
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