> My question, what purpose does the 'Kernel Device Configuration
> Visual Interface' screen serve and can people safely use the 'Skip
> kernel configuration and continue with installation' from the
> 'Kernel configuration menu'?

Most people can probably skip the kernel configuration section. Not
everyone can, though - which is why it needs to be there.

My path when installing on new hardware is to boot without doing the
kernel config. If there are problems, I try again, this time doing the
kernel config to deal with the hardware that's giving me problems.

Mike Meyer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>    
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