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hi all,

help please !

here is the situation, i work in research and recently assembled a new computer (corei3+asus-h55 based board) and hope to use only via ssh (so did not buy a screen).

i have a laptop, but do not yet have a screen for the desktop.

could you guys give me some pointers to is it even possible to install ubuntu on the system without connecting a screen to it... remotely ssh etc... i also have access to the desktop so i can plug in a usb and keyboard mouse etc... but don't have a screen...

i can (and i will eventually) borrow a screen and do the thing... but i was just wondering if it can be done without one...

thanks in advance for the replies...

cheers
grv

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You could try using VNC. Well you could try something radical. Keep in mind it's much more simple to get a monitor, but you can give this a shot anyway.

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hey markone... i borrowed my friend's tv with hdmi... so it's done now...

thanks for the reply :)

cheers
grv

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