Hi. This is my 1st posting. It's good to be here. I have an idea that I haven't found anywhere. Is it possible to create a Linux install CD that creates a minimal headless server, and then, to run the installation headlessly? It would boot normally, but then go to Ethernet for the installation screens that format the hard disk, install the kernel, and create an admin account -- the other end would be plugged into my laptop, not the Internet, and the install queries would appear in a window on my Linux laptop -- probably a browser window but a purpose-built Linux application would be okay, too. Once the Linux headless server was installed, I'd move it to its final location, plug in the Internet, and add the remaining utilities, programs, and user accounts via the Internet as normal (but of course, with no keyboard or monitor). I don't know whether that is ever done, but I can envision that it's possible. Have you, dear reader, done this or maybe know of a potential source for such an install CD. Since the headless server would be CLI (not GUI), I imagine any flavor of Linux would do. Thanks Much -- Mark.