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Hi all, I have 2 computers, one which has mouse, keyboard and monitor, and one who only got power supply and network cable. Now, I thought I read somewhere that ...
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- 01-21-2007 #1
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- Jan 2006
linux installation on with remote X server
I have 2 computers, one which has mouse, keyboard and monitor, and one who only got power supply and network cable.
Now, I thought I read somewhere that it was possible to install linux headless and the installation output (the things that are normally shown on the local monitor) shown on a remote X server (on a monitor on a computer that is in the local lan).
Is this possible?
Can someone point me to the right direction?
I already looked in the ubuntu installation guide but cant seem to find what Im searching for.
Or is it only possible with certain distributions? and which ones?
I now I can do for example with moving the hdd to another computer or moving the screen. But I want to try it this way (I want some fun with installation it's not that I'm too lazy to move the monitor )
I also wondered how they install linux on a serverblade...?
Reply's are very appreciated!