netcfg 1.135ubuntu4.2 source package in Ubuntu


netcfg (1.135ubuntu4.2) xenial; urgency=medium

  * Do now show an empty option 4 when using netcfg, without a wifi-card,
    and when automatic configuration fails. This is achieved by
    substituting all choices into the question, from two internal select
    templates of identical options but wifireconf one. This resolves UX
    bug without changing translation strings or fuzzing any of the
    existing translations. LP: #1558271
  * Also use short stable systemd-udev names to discover descriptions for
    the network interfaces. LP: #1572620

 -- Dimitri John Ledkov <email address hidden>  Wed, 18 Jan 2017 11:45:36 +0000

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netcfg: Configure the network

 To install additional installer components or the Debian Base System over
 the network, you need to configure the network in the installer. This
 component will first try to configure your network with DHCP and ask
 you for static network configuration if this fails. The configured
 network settings will be copied to your newly installed system.

netcfg-static: Configure a static network

 If you have information such as IP address, netmask, gateway, then you will be
 able to configure a static network. If you don't know this information, you
 should ask your system administrator, or look at configuration via DHCP.