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Re: The netinst CD page at debian.org

Hi John,

On Tue, Mar 21, 2006 at 12:32:58AM +1000, johnpf@dodo.com.au wrote:
> On the page http://www.debian.org/CD/netinst you have the section "What
> types of network connections are supported?" where you say "Internal (PCI)
> ISDN cards and WLAN cards are not supported - sorry!" it is unclear whether
> you mean:
> "These cards are not supported for installation, but work fine after you've
> installed the right software."
> or
> "These cards don't work with Debian, so if you want them to work look
> somewhere else or write the software to make them work".
> I suspect that the former is the case, but as a newbie could well end up on
> that page it might be something to dis-ambiguate.

You are right - I will change the question at the beginning of the 
paragraph to "What types of network connections are supported _during 

Whether a card is supported *after* installation is a complex question; if 
the page tried to provide this information, it would probably end up being 
a large compatibility database.

All the best,


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