I recently received a call from a colleague asking about accessing a computer that seems to have crashed.
Reboots cycle through attempts at the repair, but repeatedly fail. As they are about 400+ miles away I can't directly access it, but want to do what I am able from here.
Setting up a Linux LIVE USB seems like a good option, but that still leaves me with the need to connect to it. Most live USB drives will allow to connect via the network - so that shouldn't be an issue. But my first tool of consideration is ConnectWise / ScreenConnect.
This option requires installing ICEDTEA, and doesn't seem to be native to the Fedora Live USB I have,.. so it would need to be installed. Testing this here,.. resulted in you have just run out of disk space - partial fail.
So - other than pressing on with ICEDTEA - what other options could be used:
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