Re: Great but...
At least I'm not the only one who doesn't have a problem with not being
automatically being connected to the net.
There's the option of installing basedebs.tgz, which I don't know if it
includes the debian pppconfig utility or not...try that.
On Monday 16 July 2001 21:29, Robert Schweikert wrote:
> I am interested in becomming a Debian developer/maintainer and thought a
> good starting point would be to instlal the current testing
> distribution. Thus I downloaded the disks directory created my floppies
> and off I went. Everything worked great until it was time to install the
> base system. I did not have the option to configure my modem and pull
> the packages of the web. Did I miss this somewhere along the line? It
> appeared that it was assumed that the system was somehow connected to
> the web (through LAN most likely).
> I'll have to think of a new strategy.
> Are there any plans to let user's configure their modem prior to
> installing the base system? This would be perfect.
> Robert Schweikert MAY THE SOURCE BE WITH YOU
> firstname.lastname@example.org LINUX
- Great but...
- From: Robert Schweikert <email@example.com>