kaze on Thu, 4 Sep 2003 16:31:12 -0400

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[PLUG] Debian netenv

On boot my Debian laptop with a PCMCIA NIC stops on this screen:

Debian GNU Linux
Choose your current network-environment !
default	Installation_default
new	Set_up_new_environment
<OK>	<Cancel>

http://packages.debian.org/stable/admin/netenv.html says: ?Note that you
either have to specify a kernel parameter or enter the chosen environment by
hand during boot time. The boot process will stop until you entered

Is a "apt-get remove netenv" reasonable? Is this installed by the PCMCIA
installer and needed?

Basically I want to not to have to manually hit enter on that screen...

- Zake

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