Re: Start Ubuntu With No Monitor?
When you start the computer with the monitor unplugged I believe the error is coming from the fact that you are trying to boot to a GUI without the monitor: Ubuntu sees no monitor and then drops to a CLI because quite frankly there is no use from running a GUI with nothing to display and use it with.
Originally Posted by xLinkToMidnightx
Once you acess the computer remotely (depending on how you do it) you will probably connect with only command-line functionality and (and again, depending on how you connected remotely) have to get into a GUI from there. Some methods only allow CLI functionality via remote access.
It is possible for computers to run perfecly capably without monitors and the acessed remotely becuase most (if not 97%) of servers are ran that way (except to set them up and set-up remote acess.
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