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how to install ubuntu on a computer without using a monitor? [duplicate]

I have a computer but with no available screen, how can I install Ubuntu server on it using a laptop I have, I can't format the hard drive in another computer and buying a new monitor is not an option ...
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Automatically detecting and outputing to s-video at startup

After combing the Internet I have developed a script that is capable of checking whether I have a monitor connected to my VGA port and switching to my s-video port if not #!/bin/bash # if no vga then ...
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Ubuntu boots to black screen after messing with Nvidia

So... I screwed up. I was trying to get a second monitor to work on ubuntu but it wasn't auto detecting it. So I went online and found out that it could be a video drive issue. So I went to drivers ...
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No display signal at boot with DisplayPort monitor, nVidia 660 Ti, 12.04 LTS, nvidia-current drivers

My problem is as follows: I have recently installed a fresh copy of Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, and upon booting, the DisplayPort monitor loses signal immediatedly after the Ubuntu splash screen. A brief ...
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1answer
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How to boot Ubuntu without a monitor plugged in?

How to boot an Ubuntu 12.10 without Monitor/Keyboard/Mouse I'm using as server and connect to it through Remote desktop viewer No problem with 12.04 but after the upgrade I receive the message Low ...
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Just installed 12.10 with WUBI and get error

when I boot WUBI it goes to the terminal screen and says: [drm:drm_crtc_helper_set_config] *ERROR* failed to set mode on 'crtc:10] From what I gather, this is an issue with my monitor. Not sure. I ...
0
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2answers
581 views

Can't see boot loader [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Why does my screen blank out for the duration of the Grub boot menu? When I boot my computer I can't see the menu that asks me what OS I want to load. My screen is just ...
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frequency out of range - please change display mode

I just downloaded the latest version of the Ubuntu live CD, and have installed it on a desktop computer (a Fujitsu Scaleo P). Once installed it seems to work perfectly, although there are some updates ...
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1answer
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No monitor output after fresh install of 11.10 64-bit

I have a machine with a Nvidia 8600GT graphics card and a CRT monitor. Previously, I have only used Windows on it, and the graphics card seems to be working correctly in Windows 7. I booted up and ...
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1answer
652 views

Ubuntu 11.10 Black Screen

This is my current specs: Operating System: Windows 7 x64 CPU: Intel Core i7 920 @ 2.67GHz Bloomfield 45nm Technology RAM: 6.00 GB Tripple-Channel DDR3 @539MHz (8-8-8-20) ...
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1answer
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After install, LCD monitor is booted in unsupported frequency so I can't see the boot menu (GRUB)

My graphic card is NVidia and monitor is LG 1280x1024
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1answer
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Monitor displays signal out of range until the graphical interface is loaded after installing

When the computer is booting all I get is the error message displayed by the monitor. I need to be able to choose the OS during startup however. I'm using a 1024x768 on this monitor, though it maxes ...
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1answer
536 views

Ubuntu does not recognize my built-in monitor [closed]

I've recently discovered of a boot problem Ubuntu has with my laptop. I have successfully installed Ubuntu on two other computers, and I've never experienced this problem. What happens is, after the ...
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1answer
331 views

No image when booting into either recovery mode or normal gnome session [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: My computer boots to a black screen, what options do I have to fix it? I have an nvidia geforce 295 GTX, and it works great in Windows. However, when booting into ...
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2answers
461 views

monitor screen dead…not even shows bios screen [closed]

Re: /host/ubuntu/disks/root.disk does not exist :( ALERT! /host/ubuntu/disks/root.siak does not exist. Dropping to a shell! BusyBox v1.15.3 (Ubuntu 1:1.15.3-1ubuntu5) built-in shell (ash) ...
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2answers
675 views

Blank screen when booting after editing the Startup settings

I used Startup Manager to edit Startup settings and when I restarted, I got a black screen and couldn't log on. Please help.