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Re: netinst network setup

Jude DaShiell <jdashiel@panix.com> (2016-11-17):
> If a netinst version of the installer connects with the internet would it be
> possible to have a version as part of the installation process at least give
> the installer the option to save those network settings in
> /etc/network/interfaces so if that option were chosen the post-install
> debian version would connect to the internet?  The last time I installed
> debian, that didn't happen and installing mate/gnome and using the
> gnome-orca package and bringing up the network connections to get a wifi
> connection set up didn't work all that easily.  I only put a graphical
> interface on a system for two reasons.  It's new and I want to experiment
> with it, or more browser than lynx is needed to solve a captcha.  Other than
> that, I'm found in the command line for most of what I do and that's by
> preference.

netcfg should have configured the network for the installed system.
Please file an installation report with details if it didn't:



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