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I am planning a move from RH to Debian.
I will configure my eth interface during the
installation. However, I use isapnptools for my
ISA EtherEZ NIC, which works fine.
In Debian, what is the "best" way to invoke
the /ect/isapnp.conf file on bootup so that the
NIC is recognized ?
In Red Hat, this is invoked by default via
the /etc/rc.d/rc.sysinit script.
I presume I should put in a runlevel 2 -related
rc.d directory. (I'll simply copy it from RH to
the appropriate directory in Debian)
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