a more simple question?

Jude DaShiell jdashiel at shellworld.net
Tue Mar 5 01:56:47 UTC 2013

If the needed drivers are on the debian installation disk I'd start 
install up again in this situation, choose language and keyboard and 
country, then hit m to drop to menu and choose the number for configure 
network off that menu.  If the disk is able to set up a network connection 
for you you choose dhcp or pppoe or bootp you'l be able to drop back to 
menu and exit out of menu and reboot the system with your network setup 
still operational.

jude <jdashiel at shellworld.net>
Remember Microsoft didn't write Tiger 10.4 or any of its successors.

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