Install Ubuntu from a remote PC
Here is my scenario:
I have an old P4 desktop just sitting in a corner doing nothing. It's a P4 3.40Ghz, 4GB DDR2 533 or maybe 400Mhz ram, 80GB WD HDD....etc, etc.
It currently has Windows XP Pro installed on it now. If i turn it on i can remote into it and use it no problem. It does not have a keyboard, mouse or monitor attached to it.
My question is:
Can i use something like Nlite to make an ubuntu CD with all the install questions pre-answered? Or is there some way i can install Ubuntu on it without having to plug a monitor into it and doing it from the box itself? I don't care about the XP installation that' on there. I'm looking to format the drive and only have Ubuntu installed on the machine. Is this at all possible? Maybe with some sort of install script or something like that?