Hi,I am wanting to do a headless install from a USB stick via VNC.What i am trying to do is plug a network and power cable into a new server, plug in a USB key with CentOS 6... [by tahunasky]
on 12/23/2012 – Made popular on 12/23/2012
There are 2 ways to achieve this:1. SSH into the headless KVM server from a desktop machine and ensure X forwarding is running. Then use virt-manager on the headless server, with the di... [by simon_matthews]
I'm trying to install ubuntu on my Beagleboard, the main impediment being that once installed (and gathering by the led activity, it appears to be working) I can't get any video out to the one HDMI capable display that I have, making installation impossible.
I'm now trying to get a headless image to install (with ssh already installed), and it appears that the last headless image made available w
I'm with a small company that plans to sell a rack mounted network appliance which is configurable via a web interface (think of a router configuration page sort of deal), and I'm wondering in large data center like environments what the process usually is for the initial setup of such systems. The main question is, if the system is headless, how do you get initial remote access to it?
I have a set of scripts that works on my laptop that works fine as long as I'm booted in to an X session, but if I'm running on a headless server install I get loads of critical fails from Gtk. I'm sure the solution is to use xvfb, but I can't find a working example.
I have a Windows 7 workstation which connects to the internet through my CentOS 6.4 headless firewall/proxy/router. Is it possible to connect to the internet via an openVPN client on my CentOS 6.4 machine so that machines that route through CentOS go through the VPN? On my CentOS box I have Shorewall to configure iptables, with squid proxy.