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Re: [vox-tech] Debian problems



begin: Brad Benedict <bradb@afes.com> quote
> I've been trying to install Debian for the last few days.  I finally got the
> base system installed, and now I want to install packages with apt.  The
> only problem is that my ppp won't work.  I have the configuration set up
> exactly how it should be, but when the installer tries to dial up, it
> doesn't even do anything...it just says it's not working.  I have it set to
> the right port, and the init string is good.  I'm stumped.  Anybody have an
> idea of what I'm doing wrong?
 
can you look for relevant lines in /var/log/messages?   one of the cool
things about debian install is that the 2nd virtual terminal is a shell.
3rd virtual terminal is a logging console, btw.

> Also, does anybody know where I can find parameters for VIA onboard sound?
> It won't install the modules without it.  :-\
 
is that a laptop?  try www.linux-laptop.net.

pete

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