No Ethernet connection after reboot. My deepest appologies, venerable wizzards!
I realize that I am a very despicable being who
cannot even dream of kissing your shoes, guys, but, at
the very least you could tell me where else I can ask
questions that pertain to using DEBIAN LOADER; at the
Long live open source!
--- "Mr. Jan Hearthstone" <email@example.com>
> Sorry about a possible empty post.
> I have used the installer a plenty of times so far,
> using floppies, from "Sarge" -
> ...sarge/main/installer-i386/, and also from
> the "current" one.
> Each time I managed to get connected during the
> installation phase to be able to download the base
> system, but also each time upon reboot I never was
> able to re-connect. How I wish to do "apt-update"
> through the Ethernet! Where is the successful
> configuration recorded, so that I could copy it into
> what files?
> N.B. I have an old Toshiba Satellite Pro laptop
> the BIOS doesn't support booting from CD-ROM drive,
> and where the CD-ROM drive itself is recognized by
> Debian (and also by Windows previously) very
> infrequently. If not for that, I would get me a
> to install from.
> What did I do wrong that I can't get on the
> after reboot?
> I have "ZONET Zen 10/100 card.
> Thanks, Hearthstone.
> Modelling the Future:
> A penny more: Should we, the people, be sincere
> about wanting a real peace on Earth, we would spend
> at least a penny more on active promotion of peace,
> than what we spend on the military.
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Modelling the Future:
A penny more: Should we, the people, be sincere about wanting a real peace on Earth, we would spend at least a penny more on active promotion of peace, than what we spend on the military.
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