I couldn't find documentation as to what the "boot only" CDs are.
So I tried it. Now I know. They boot, start setup, and then must get the "setup
source" from the network (or perhaps swap CDs).
My machine's onboard ethernet controller is apparently not supported,or not
quite working. It was working fine from Linux.It is a Sun machine with onboard
well nvidia ethernet chips are well... specific.
some works SOMEHOW, some not at all.
mine works about 1 minute after starting, then it stops ;) (nve driver)
So I connected a USB to ethernet adapter.It works.But I had to reboot the
computer.It would a little nice if setup would re-probe devices.
exit just setup and get back. kernel do autoattach, just setup scans
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