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you're welcome. but more importantly: thank you for making them ;-)
out of my league. But I can make suggestions as I am doing. Up to you to decide if they are useful enough to be implemented ;-)I am not sure if it is possible but maybe it is nice if that could be mentioned when it displays the page were it mentions no internet connection. People might wonder if something is wrong. Maybe the
installer can give a choice asking which interface should be used for local and which for internet access?I used
When rebooting, since the usb stick was still in it booted the usb stick and got stuck even before getting to the kde installer. (which is strange anyway cause it had just installed from it). I unplugged the stick and rebooted and it continued booting to lmce.
I think being able to control the interfaces a bit during installation is nice (swap&test). At least the installation broke my
internet and I was disconnected from the ISP and unable to recover so I got stuck without internet and thus life :-) (Linuxmce was probably sending offers over the internet which killed my internet connection). I suppose we need
During installation it said no internet (while that was plugged in since it is was the machine that was running lmce).
Also there was no warning to remove the usb stick. (I did not remove it and then the reboot got stuck).
I also saw that the patch for 10.04 regarding the local host in the nameserver list is not implemented yet.
I have made many test these past days and I would like to share them all.
1. Problem with the NOISY screen is solved by changin the grub.cfg
After this i finally got some video output and was able to follow the AVWIZARD
2. After that, I am unable to get the MD's running. The system gives me dhcp but It wont for booting usin PXE, I have no idea why. I ran Diskless TBZ without no errors found and nothing!
If I go to webadmin and check network settings, it says
"No record in Device_DeviceData for Network Interfaces"
mysql pluto_main -u root -e "delete from Device_DeviceData where FK_Device=1 and FK_DeviceData in (28,32,292)"
mysql pluto_main -u root -e "update Device_DeviceData set FK_Device=1 where FK_Device=0"
. /usr/pluto/dvd-installer.sh; SetupNetworking
On one of my attempts, I found that appguard was giving me some headaches
So since this is out of the scope of "NOISY SCREEN" I could call this post SOLVED and follow up with a new one of this issue.
xorg.conf generated on Feb. 24/12 28755 but I still have to modify to fill screen.