Making a driver disk for installer was Running the installer from working linux
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> > There are two decently good reads on this.
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> Thanks I did not think of doing a remote install, as I had
> console access.
> I guess I could just use the "text" as a kernel option and go
> on my merry way.
Now, the network card is not recognized during install.
The machine is running 4.7 right now, without any "special" drivers.
I did a lsmod and found I am using forcedeth, I went and downloaded the
forcedeth driver disk from nvidia, but no luck. It complains now drivers for my
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