Bug#292862: d-i install report
On Sun, Jan 30, 2005 at 06:47:30PM +0100, Frans Pop wrote:
> On Sunday 30 January 2005 18:27, Søren Boll Overgaard wrote:
> > While it is nice that the install automatically detects and makes a
> > note about multiple network interfaces, it would be beneficial to
> > inexperienced users to have about about enabling the interfaces not
> > being used during the install.
> Hmmm. The second part of that sentence is a bit garbled.
What I meant to say was, that after the install has finished, it would be
nice to have a bit of information about the interfaces that weren't actually
used during the installation.
In my case, the soekris net4801 has 3 ethernet interfaces, of which I used the
first one for the install. However, once the installer completes
/etc/network/interfaces makes no mention of the 2 previously unused interfaces,
even though they were correctly identified during the install.
It would be nice to have e.g. a couple of commented entries for eth1 and eth2
or at least an explanation on what to do to enable the unused interfaces in
/etc/network/interfaces or a similary appropriate location.
Anyway, that's just my 2 cents.
> Our experience is that it is not always possible to detect which interface
> should be used.
> Listing all is the best option we currently have.
That's not really what I meant, sorry for the confusion. Hopefully I have
clarified what I meant above.
> Thank you for your installation report. Closing it as the installation was
Hmm, should I only submit installation reports when something isn't working?
Søren O. ,''`.
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