you're welcome. but more importantly: thank you for making them ;-)
It's what I do in the spare time I do have.
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
If I knew how to fix that I'd do so in a heartbeat. I know very little about ubiquity and have not had a chance to look into it. I'm happy to accept patches
installer can give a choice asking which interface should be used for local and which for internet access?I used
You can certainly file a feature request for this, however internet and networking is NOT enabled during the install. After the first reboot the system will do dhcp requests on eth0 first and then eth1, whichever device responds will be assigned as the external device.
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.
The DVD installer will not by default go to the live boot or to the installer. When the DVD is inserted into the drive you will be presented with a menu that times out to the default "Boot from first hard disk". There are some nice onscreen messages that are missing during the install, I'm working on getting them functional again.
You can see my comments in the ticket. Essentially resolv.conf is correct, 127.0.0.1 is intended to be there as bind9 provides dns services to the core and dhcp clients. The bad data in the dhclient file we have no control over as that is the DHCP data that is provided by the ISP. DHCP data for internal network clients is configured in the dhcp configuration files.