i m just wondering if there is a way to set an ip address on a computer remotely.
Here's my issue :
Have a debian computer (plug computer) on which, after upgrade, i m not able to
log in back anymore.
At the moment it seems i have no chanche to connect something like a monitor but i m pretty sure the computer it boots up cause wireless is on and i can see ssid and mac address of the ap.
I ve tried to assign an ip to the mac address (from my laptop) by arp and in the table it shows the link between the mac and ip, but i m unable to ping the ip after that.
I was trying to think of maybe set up a dhcp server from my laptop and see if the plugcomputer gets an ip automatically, but i m not sure if it is working and at the moment i have little experience on set up a dhcp server on linux (sabayon).
Do you think is it possible to manage the network card of my plug computer by eth/wlan from my laptop?