Installing Ubuntu remotely?
christian08 at gmail.com
Sun Mar 19 16:34:40 UTC 2006
Many thanks for the link!
However, I don't have any Linux operating system installed on that machine
previously. From what I have read somewhere is that you can put the
installation CD/DVD into the drive, wait for the installer to boot and then
type a command that will get an IP address from the local network and then
you can connect to that IP from another computer through telnet and once the
connection is established the installation process will begin. Its not
secure, but is that possible?
All the best and thanks,
----- Original Message -----
From: "Thomas Kaiser" <ubuntu at kaiser-linux.li>
To: "Ubuntu Help and User Discussions" <ubuntu-users at lists.ubuntu.com>
Sent: Sunday, March 19, 2006 4:25 PM
Subject: Re: Installing Ubuntu remotely?
> Christian wrote:
>> I have just joined this list and I am new to Ubuntu as well.
>> Is it possible to install Ubuntu over a network?
>> All the best and thanks,
> Hello Christian
> This guide
> http://www.underhanded.org/papers/debian-conversion/remotedeb.html is for
> a debian remote installation, but it should work for Ubuntu too (Ubuntu is
> Debian based).
> Hope this helps, Thomas
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