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Template: netcfg/get_domain
Type: string
_Description: Choose the domain name.
The domain name is the part of your Internet address to the right of your
host name. It is often something that ends in .com, .net, .edu, or .org.
If you are setting up a home network, you can make something up, but make
sure you use the same domain name on all your computers.
Template: netcfg/get_nameservers
Type: string
_Description: Choose the DNS Server Addresses
Please enter the IP addresses (not host names) of up to 3 name servers,
separated by spaces. Do not use commas. The servers will be queried in the
order in which you enter them. If you don't want to use any name servers
just leave this field blank.
Template: netcfg/choose_interface
Type: select
Choices: ${ifchoices}
_Description: Choose an interface.
The following interfaces were detected. Choose the type of your primary
network interface that you will need for installing the Debian system (via
Template: netcfg/error_cfg
Type: note
_Description: An error occured.
Something went wrong when I tried to activate your network.
Template: netcfg/get_hostname
Type: string
Default: debian
_Description: Enter the system's hostname.
The hostname is a single word that identifies your system to the network.
If you don't know what your hostname should be, consult your network
administrator. If you are setting up your own home network, you can make
something up here.
Template: netcfg/invalid_hostname
Type: note
_Description: The hostname "${hostname}" is invalid.
A valid hostname may contain only alphanumeric characters and the minus
sign, be between 2 and 63 characters long, and cannot begin or end with a
minus sign.
Template: netcfg/error
Type: note
_Description: An error occured and I cannot continue.
Feel free to retry.
Template: netcfg/no_interfaces
Type: note
_Description: No interfaces were detected.
No network interfaces were found. That means that the installation
system was unable to find a network device. If you do have a network
card, then it is possible that the module for it hasn't been selected yet.
Go back to 'Configure Network Hardware'.