Thanks for the reply. Would this allow remote control of the NUC via the laptop keyboard and track-pad, in addition to screen-sharing?
Alternatively, can the internal dual-band wireless-ac 8260 card be leveraged to act as a wireless hotspot? Can it create a network that I can then SSH into from a remote laptop?
Clearly, I'm doing a lot of googling...but need help interpreting what I'm reading, lol.
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From my end, I just want to let you know that Intel does not test and validate Intel® NUC on Linux; however, we know that other customers have successfully installed it. Intel suggests you check your Linux distro's website and forums at Ubuntu Forums, I would also like to share with you there are a number of online resources that talk about how to get Linux to boot without a monitor. You may be able to find your answer here;
Hope it helps.
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