Running Lubuntu's Yakkety alternate i386 beta1 installer fails.
I arrive at a red screen with the text: "No network interfaces were found ..."
This is in a Toshiba laptop, that I have used for testing since 2013, and it works with the corresponding current Lubuntu desktop iso files. I expect the wired ethernet to work with the alternate iso file like it worked, when I tested with Yakkety alternate i386 alpha 2.
ctrl + alt + F4 shows the following log text:
main-menu: menu item 'ethdetect' selected
net/hw-detect.hotplug: detected hotpluggable network interface lo
check-missing-firmware: no missing firmware in loaded kernwel modules
main-menu: (process 16031) : modeprobe: invalid option -- 'l'
main-menu: DEBUG: resolver (libgcc1): package doesnotä exist (ignored)
main-menu: INFO: Menu item 'netcfg' selected
netcfg: INFO: Starting netcfg v.1.138ubuntu1
netcfg: WARNING: **: Couldno't read Wpasupplicant pid file, not trying to kill.
netcfg: INFO: Could not find valid BOOTIF= entry in /proc/cmdline
It works to continue the installation without network. The installed system boots, but the installed system fails to connect to the internet. I have not tried to fix it, just noticed that ethernet does not work 'out of the box' as it should in the installed system.