[K12OSN] HP Laptop as a thin client

"Terrell Prudé Jr." microman at cmosnetworks.com
Tue Apr 3 16:50:27 UTC 2007

Try booting a Knoppix or "Damn Small Linux" CD in this laptop and issue
the "lspci" command.  That ought to give you some more details on what
kind of NIC you have.

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Sabino Sakells wrote:
> Hello, I am a Harbor City school student doing a project on LTS, and I
> was trying to get my HP dv2025nr laptop to work as a thin client.
> Unfortunately it got through a lot of the set up until it tried to
> mount /proc, when it said "BIOS32 says PCI NIC, but no PCI NIC????"
> This laptop is running Windows, and I was to understand that all I had
> to do was enable network boot, put that at the top of the boot order,
> and it would work. How would I fix this? I need all the help I can get.
> -- 
> Sincerly,
> Sabino
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