* email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2004-05-12 21:00]:
> I have 2 network cards and nether can get an address using the default 2.4
> kernel, though gnoppix 0.6.0 RC1 seems to have no problem, which uses the
> 2.4.24 kernel.
Strange. Your card uses the natsemi module, right? Can you open a
shell on the 2nd virtual terminal (alt-F2), and a) check if this
module has been loaded (look at /proc/modules) and b) and if not load
it by hand (modprobe natsemi). Does that help?
> Wishlist item, some motherboards have 2 cards in them, and some companies
> add an additional card, but most users only use 1 card. I think it would
> be really slick if the installer could detect which card had a connection
> and defaulted to it.
Yes, this has been requested already: #248061: Show which network card is active
> I really want to try out the LVM modules, but the 2.6 kernel doesn't seem
> to support it. I got a message that claimed "LVM modal is not loaded". I
> looked in the /lib/modules and didn't see it in there. I'm guessing that
Strange, this should definitely work. Okay, I see what might possibly
be wrong. Let me CC the LVM maintainer Andres Salomon. Andres,
lvmcfg tests whether LVM is available by checking if /proc/lvm exists.
I guess this might not exist on 2.6. How can I find out if LVM is
> Create file systems: [E]
What failed here? Did you not continue without LVM?