Jan Schukat wrote:
The tg3.ko module isn't on the d-i. They are aware of the problem for several weeks already, but as usual with debian, it takes time ;) But also as usual with Debian, you can work around that by putting a tg3.ko on a usb drive and load it by hand from the command line. Be careful with kernel versions ... and make sure you copy the tg3.ko also on your installed system.
OK, thanks. -- 犬 Chris Burdess "They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little safety deserve neither liberty nor safety." - Benjamin Franklin
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