Re: Re-configuring after an install
On Wed, Jan 15, 2003 at 01:01:58AM +0000, Chris Owen wrote:
> Thanks Sean that does the trick, and the NIC seems to work OK. Only one
> thing though; it keeps coming up with that screen asking me to configure
> my network each time I boot, although I have removed the auto eth0 line
> from /etc/network/interfaces. I can just hit cancel to this each time
> and it still works, but any idea how to stop it coming up with the
> screen? If I give it a configuration it still doesn't seem happy, as it
> keeps asking for another one each time...
I just installed Debian into my new laptop PC. (Hmmm.. VGA screen is
shown as firmware AA font on 1600x1200 screen, sweet.)
I guess you installed task for laptop like me. I think that introduced
package called netenv. I think that is the one asking question.
See /usr/share/doc/netenv . Use "mc" command.
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