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Re: Anaconda multiple Ethernet cards question



> Today while installing F11 from DVD, I noticed something : if one has
> multiple Ethernet cards in his/her computer, if booting with 'asknetwork',
> when it comes to configuring the network you are greeted with eth0 : <MAC
> address> and below eth1 : <MAC address>. I think it would be niftier if the
> identification string of the card was printed also (eg VIA Rhine III) so
> people would know what card to choose and how.

If you've got two network cards of the same kind, they're going to have
the same description.  Also the UI is constrained to something like <70
characters there so there's not really all that much we can display
there.

- Chris


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