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Remote install 10.2 Server from the command line System
When you boot from CD to install Jaguar Server, not only can you (if you're installing from the console) open a terminal and install the OS with the (new in Jaguar) installer command (also included in Client), you can also use ssh to remotely login and run the install remotely.

When you boot the CD, it pulls an IP address if a DHCP server is available (if not, it chooses a lonk local (ie 169.x) address) and fires up sshd. The password for the root user is the first eight characters of the machine's serial number.
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