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Bug#611839: marked as done (non-free network drivers not really supported with netinstall of squeeze/rc2)

Your message dated Sat, 24 Aug 2013 17:57:31 +0200
with message-id <201308241758.08374.holger@layer-acht.org>
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has caused the Debian Bug report #611839,
regarding non-free network drivers not really supported with netinstall of squeeze/rc2
to be marked as done.

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If this is not the case it is now your responsibility to reopen the
Bug report if necessary, and/or fix the problem forthwith.

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Package: installation-reports

I installed debian squeeze from netinstall rc2-cd on a Lenovo ThinkPad
SL510. Both network interfaces (eth + wlan) are detected, but not
supported due to non-free drivers. Setup provides the possibility to
add the needed drivers using an usb-stick. Setup asked for the
following files:

eth: rtl8168d-1.fw
wlan: iwlwifi-1000-1.ucode iwlwifi-1000-2.ucode iwlwifi-1000-3.ucode

The files iwlwifi-1000-1.ucode and iwlwifi-1000-2.ucode don't exist,
setup though asks for all three. So I copied the following files on
the usb-stick:

and I copied iwlwifi-1000-3.ucode to iwlwifi-1000-1.ucode and

The files are successfully copied to /lib/firmware, but the
network interfaces still don't work.

I finally finished the installation without a network, and installed the
packages firmware-iwlwifi_0.28_all.deb and firmware-realtek_0.28_all.deb
using the usb-stick after the first reboot.

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thank you for submitting installation reports, much appreciated.

I read through all the bugs mentioned here (and I'm sure they were read by 
several people at the time they were submitted) and am closing them now as/if
- they (finally) indicated success and/or
- I know from first hand experience that the functionality is working in 
Wheezy and/or
- they only contained very little information and/or
- they contained user errors and/or
- they were caused by broken hardware and/or
- they have been from a development phase where things were not stable and/or
- they are quite old (and thus likely fixed today).

If I've closed a bug incorrectly please do reply (it's easy to reopen and I'll 
do if requested) or just file a new one - thats often better, as the bug log 
will be clearer and shorter and not contain cruft.


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