|HOWTO Use a Compaq Remote Insight Lights Out Edition for a Headless, Remote Linux Installation|
This document is a quick guide which shows how to install Linux on a remote, headless Compaq ProLiant system equipped with a Compaq Remote Insight Lights-Out Edition (RIB/LOE) card without needing physical access to the system.
This document further describes how to use a virtual floppy disk for the initial install of Linux, and to setup an Apache server to provide the distribution media for completing the installation.
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