ServerBeach Customer Provides How-To on Installing Ubuntu (Hardy) Remotely via SSH – 32 or 64-bit

ServerBeach customer and forum member Jeff Duckett (SB forum name jduckett01) has graciously provided a how-to on installing Ubuntu (Hardy) remotely via SSH on 32-bit or 64-bit systems.

On his blog, he states –

Honestly, it took me almost ten days of trial and error to figure out all of the details of doing a remote install and to work out all of the bugs prior to actually attempting it remotely on a production server. I developed this process and simulated the remote install on one of my local machines prior to the actual install. The process is broken into three stages and is fully scripted. You should be able to download the scripts, configure them to meet your environment, and remote install via ssh.

To view this step-by-step guide, please visit his blog by clicking here.

Thanks Jeff!

3 Responses

  1. […] I’ve been a happy customer of Serverbeach for quite a few years now. Really, those guys are amazing. Unfortunately, we use CPanel heavily, and that only works on Redhat-based distros, so I can’t benefit from apt’s magic. I was pleasantly surprised when I spotted a how-to-install-ubuntu-remotely post on their blog today. […]

  2. […] I’ve been a happy customer of Serverbeach for quite a few years now. Really, those guys are amazing. Unfortunately, we use CPanel heavily, and that only works on Redhat-based distros, so I can’t benefit from apt’s magic. I was pleasantly surprised when I spotted a how-to-install-ubuntu-remotely post on their blog today. […]

  3. […] I’ve been a happy customer of Serverbeach for quite a few years now. Really, those guys are amazing. Unfortunately, we use CPanel heavily, and that only works on Redhat-based distros, so I can’t benefit from apt’s magic. I was pleasantly surprised when I spotted a how-to-install-ubuntu-remotely post on their blog today. […]

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