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The installer was created using makeself and accepts all options supported by makeself. Please run sh cnxtinstall.run --help for more information.

The setup script also supports the following additional options:

--tty Use the terminal version of the installer. If you do not have a supported web browser installed, the terminal version will be automatically started.

Example: sh cnxtinstall.run -- --tty

--browser <name> Use a specific web browser to do the installation. If the requested browser is not installed or cannot be started, the installer will abort. The list of supported browsers is:
  • firefox
  • mozilla
  • netscape
  • konqueror
  • opera

Example: sh cnxtinstall.run -- --browser konqueror

--proxy Prompt in terminal for a proxy URL through which to access the web. Alternatively, you may specify the proxy URL in the http_proxy environment variable.

Example: sh cnxtinstall.run -- --proxy

 

User comment:

Hi, This is a note of thanks from a Linux newbie, running RedHat 8.0. With less than a week's experience, I managed to copy the generic Conexant driver over from Windows, install it and get online! They said it couldn't be done (well, Linux for Dummies did) and they were wrong! Thank you!!!!!!!!! Love and Light,

David Mikhael

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