installing without a cd drive
If I install plain vanilla slackware 32bit on computer A(which is 64bit), then take that hard drive out and put it in computer B(which is a Pentium 3), will it boot to a point where I can ssh in?
I'm too lazy and cheap to install a CD drive, monitor, keyboard, mouse, etc. Computer B is just going to be a glorified external hard drive attached to my network.
Is there any issue of installing slack this way?