How exactly do you do a purely remote installation?
I have a working 5.1 redhat box, partly upgraded to 6.0/2.2.12, and
I want to run 6.1 on it.
It has no CD, no floppy, no screen and no keyboard, but it does have a
100M network connection and access to a large ftp server. The NIC is
an Intel EtherExpress Pro 100, so it should easily be autodetected
by the installer.
So, is it possible to install Redhat 6.1 on the box, remotely, with
remote install files... interesting trick :-)
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