[Mageia-discuss] What network interfaces are supposed to be supported by boot.iso?
fri at tribun.eu
Tue Apr 17 21:40:30 CEST 2012
tisdagen den 17 april 2012 10.49.12 skrev Morgan Leijström:
> måndagen den 16 april 2012 21.42.00 skrev Thomas Backlund:
> > 16.04.2012 22:24, Florian Hubold skrev:
> > > Am 16.04.2012 11:01, schrieb Thomas Backlund:
> > >> Trouble for most (if not almost all) wireless usage is that we would
> > >> need to know how to find and connect to the wireless AP and enter
> > >> passwords etc, and this falls out of scope of boot.iso as it needs
> > >> network access to download stage2 installer where this could be done.
> > >
> > > Uhmm, maybe i didn't understand something, but what
> > > would be the point then to have some wireless firmwares
> > > in boot-nonfree.iso ?
> > not much for now, the iwl packages I have added is in order to test what
> > can be done... but that is still wip....
> > But it also carries kernel-firmware-nonfree wich is needed for some
> > disc controllers and even wired lan cards and so on...
> Is it supposed to support PC-cards?
> I got the feeling my PC card did not get powered/initialised, as not even
> the LED showing cable connection lit up.
Now I remeber i did take a photo of the message when it gives up.
I type it here:
No NET device found.
Hint: If you're using a Laptop, note that
PCMCIA Network adapters are now supported
either with 'pcmcia.img' or 'network.img'.
please try both these bootdisks.
Not finding these images i suppose this message should be updated to refer to
all.img and/or boot-nonfree.iso?
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