debian install over ssh?
Hi, here's a challenge that I'm trying to do.
I have an old remote P2 box that has no monitor, mouse, or keyboard
attached. It currently has sid installed, and I can access it through
ssh. What I'd like to do is install debian (say, Woody or Sarge) onto
another partition/harddrive on the same machine, and have it running ssh
so that I have access when I reboot.
I have user AND root accounts on both machines (P2 and box I'm using)
and can install/configure anything anyway I need. (i.e. putting
installer programs on remote machine) I don't have physical access to
the P2 though.