Re: Network (re-)setup after the first HD reboot possible?
IMO one could proceed like this (and I think this could be added to
mainstream b-f and base-config):
If no network configuration is done by boot-floppies base-config
notices (perhaps by checking for /etc/hostname) then base-config asks
if the user wants to configure the network. There is already the
'etherconf' package which could be used to do the configuration.
Mon, Oct 22, 2001 at 04:02:35PM +0900 wrote:
> Thank you for the quick reply.
> Adam Di Carlo wrote:
> >Well, I dunno what you're doing, but if you're a net admin, I would
> >use DHCP. If your a distributor of some sort, I guess I would work
> >with the netbase maintainer and get some sort of debconf action going
> I'm thinking of "selling" pre-installed Debian computer systems for end
> users. With the current (or old?) installer, I must either customize
> the network configuration per user or instruct users to edit those
> configuration files by hand, both of which are what I'd like to avoid in
> a long run. If it could be solved, I could even make a
> minimally-configured installation image in advance.
> "Free software is not for free."
> Kaz Sasayama <Kaz.Sasayama@HyperLinuxJP.com>; Screen Name: kazssym
> Hyper Linux Systems (Hypercore Software Design, Ltd.)
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