Debian Install ALSA/Intel Issue
doggene at earthlink.net
Tue Mar 8 13:22:14 EST 2011
Hi again, and thanks for all your help.
Would it be possible to mount a USB device? How?
On 3/8/2011 11:45 AM, Christopher Brannon wrote:
> Liz Hare<doggene at earthlink.net> writes:
>> Do you have any ideas of how I can do this? I'm installing from CD on
>> a system that doesn't have any OS already installed.
> Hi Liz,
> If you have a floppy drive and a spare floppy,
> mount /dev/fd0 /mnt
> amixer> /mnt/out.txt
> Yes, those old floppy drives are still good for something! You can hear
> the motor and know that the data is being saved.
> I've done the same thing with USB storage devices.
> How about your local area network? If you can somehow cajole the
> machine into connecting to the Internet, then you can upload the data to
> me using the nc utility. I'm fairly certain it is available on the .iso
> you are using. I'll tell you where to upload off-list.
> -- Chris
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