I have two rack-mounted servers located in a datacenter, running Debian
Lenny. Every once in a while, in order to install stuff, I have to
physically go to the data center and connect a terminal to one server or
Short of buying a remote KVM, it occurs to me that it might be possible
to cross-connect the serial ports on the two computers - using a
terminal program on one, to access the other, and vice versa.
Has anybody done this? Any suggestions on where to start - both re.
cabling (USB vs. serial cross-over), and/or software?
Thanks very much,
In theory, there is no difference between theory and practice.
In<fnord> practice, there is. .... Yogi Berra
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