CDR or CDRW Disks
greg at romuald.net.eu.org
Tue Oct 26 11:17:32 EDT 2004
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Yes, the debian cd you have is probably the network install cd.
As for your wireless card question, keep in mind that at the core of
slackware, debian, and any other distributions, lies the linux
kernel. So, if the linux kernel doesn't support your hardware in
slackware, it will not support that same hardware in debian either.
On Tue, Oct 26, 2004 at 02:26:21AM -0700, Zachary wrote:
> This is interesting, because I have not only the Slackware installation
> disc, but a Debian one as well. Not to start another "Which Distro is
> Better?" debate, I notice that this Debian CD is not large. Is it a
> Network Install?
> It came from linux-speakup.org, so I don't know how official it is.
> Also, on a slightly related subject: will Debian support a USB Wireless
> Ethernet device? That is the internet connection I use now, no Ethernet
> card that I am aware of.
> I could be wrong.
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