i think that modconf gets you back to that part of the installation - the
only thing is, it doesn't help you if your device isn't listed. that
said, it's waaay better than starting from scratch (which i've done a few
On Sat, 18 Nov 2000, Michael P. Soulier wrote:
> On Sat, Nov 18, 2000 at 05:27:26PM -0600, sc wrote:
> > This was an option in the installation process if I'm not mistaken where
> > it asks you what's the main way you'll be connecting to the Internet or
> > if you computer is on a network already. Then you enter in all the
> > relevant info (IP address, router info, etc.) You could modify the
> > network files by hand though.
> Is there a way of invoking that state of the installer? Seems like a nice
> tool for beginners and it'd be a pain to tell them to install all over again.
> Or can you just skip ahead in the install process?
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