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Installation from Linux NFS
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Installation from Linux NFS
- From: Marko Cehaja <marko_(_at_)_magikomik_(_dot_)_de>
- Date: Tue, 18 Jul 2000 04:44:54 -0700
I would like to convert my computers to OpenBSD. They don't have any
sensible data on them, and they are connected in network with Debian
Network usually works fine.
I tried to install using the FTP and NFS method from the bootdisk 26,
but it doesn't start networking.
Let's say my GNU/Linux computer has local IP (magikomik.kosmos)
192.168.1.3, the new OpenBSD Server will have (seh.kosmos)
The network card NE1 is recognized. There is no need for DHCP, but I
don't know should I enable DNS for that local connection or not? How
it will work?
I keep getting error: Network device time out.
I cannot ping to OpenBSD, nor can I ping outside of the system.
Someone any clue about this?
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