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Old 07-13-2003, 08:25 AM   #1
peterthevicar
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Debian Sarge install with PCMCIA NIC


I'm trying to install Sarge on my laptop from a set of 5 Sarge CD's I downloaded with jogdo. Trouble is the installation seems to require me to set up the network before installing the base system. The PCMCIA support isn't loaded by then so it can't recognise my PCMCIA NIC. Stuck!

I've installed OK using Morphix but I'd like to do a clean Debian install if possible - partly as a matter of pride and partly because I don't know exactly how a Morphix install differs from a Debian install (e.g. where the autofs mounts things).

Any pointers would be great.

TIA, Peter
 
  


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