- I have a box I use as a sandbox, at home - I've installed all kinds of
different distributions on it over the past couple of years
- I recently installed OpenSuse with no problems, but then I tried to
reinstall Debian (Squeeze) off a CD-Rom, and the installer hangs when it
goes off to detect network hardware -- this is repeatable
- if I just let it boot the OpenSuse distro that's currently on the hard
drive, everything comes up fine - so the NIC, DHCP on our home LAN, and
so forth all are working
- so any thoughts on what might be going wrong, or how to track down
note: I'm pretty sure that I installed Squeeze on this box at some
point, but it could be that the last Debian install was Lenny - and
recent discussion suggests that some of the network plumbing has
changed, perhaps in ways that are incompatible with my network card.
Thanks for any suggestions.
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