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Re: Network not recognised during install.

On Tue, August 28, 2012 2:05 am, Petr Salinger wrote:
>>> Tried to install KFreeBSD three over half a dozen times on an old P4 HP
>>> Evo, that I have Debian unstable living on quite happily.
>>> On each occasion the network wasn't recognised, so no mirror could be
>>> allocated.
>>> This is with the net-install CD.
>>> I can't find anything in the archives with reference to this.
>>> Can anybody provide a pointer?
>> To be clear, I'm talking about a standard cable connection.
> What is your ethernet card ? It might be unsupported,
> either completely or due to non-freeness (#594940).

Standard Intel 82801DB PRO/100 VM (LOM) Ethernet Controller

Nothing on the wiki and I can find nothing else around.


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