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Old 08-21-2004, 11:14 AM   #1
hraposo
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debian-installer-beta4 and DSL


I install the base debian system with debian-installer-beta4, and now, how can iI make a DSL connection to end the debian install with apt-get?
It's the first time that I try install debian.
 
Old 08-23-2004, 05:02 AM   #2
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Hi !

I also tried to install debian form the net-installer (and that's also my first time... ;-).

During the installation, i got a problem when it came to get extra-packages from the net.

I think that was because i hadn't set up my dsl connection.

So i boot on level 2 (which seems to be the default boot-level). I managed to set up my dsl connection runnig ppoeconf (maybe it's in /usr/sbin, i'm not sure, you should search for ppoe)

Here's where i am right now, tonight i'll try to get the packages from the net and especially X running so i will be able to boot in level 5.

To be continued....

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