Live Debian install and wifi
Has anyone taken a look recently at the wifi portion of the install process?
I have an old HP convertible laptop running with an Intel ProWireless
2200 wifi chipset. I tried using a debian live install a few days ago
on it. When the install process came to configuring the wifi for the
installation process, it looped. Specifically, it allowed me to select a
wifi network, specify encryption, and specify a key. It then looped to
selecting a wifi network.
The expected behavior would have been to loop back to the beginning of
the network configuration stage, confirm the wifi network as operational
by attempting to pick off a DHCP address from the ethernet port and the
[configured] wifi, and continue with the install when it connected to
the wifi network.