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Old 11-05-2004, 01:15 PM   #1
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how do I configure tlan for network install of Suse?

On a Compaq nc6000 with Netelligent NIC, I boot using the SuSe Boot iso and try to install a network Kernel module. I choose the Compaq Netelligent card which tries to install the tlan module. I get a window saying "Please (polite, eh?) enter parameters for "tlan". What do I enter here? There is nothing in the local help files (I have 9.0 professional running on the hard drive), nothing on the SuSE website, only a few entries on the internet, none dealing with this issue.


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