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I have an old IBM Thinkpad laptop. It worked a few days before, but I decided to take off all the components (harddisk, cd-rom, keyboard) as the laptop was not useful at all. But, it has a shiny 15" monitor, which I would like to connect to a simple VGA port, to put on my wall for monitoring some servers. But as far I know, there aren't any adapters that I could use to connect it to a display port (VGA, DVI, HDMI etc)?

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It the laptop is usable, you could put a lightweight OS on it and use a remote desktop tool or X windows to run the monitoring software on another PC. Otherwise you are looking to to some hardware hacking – uSlackr Jun 3 '11 at 12:49
unfortunately is not usable – develroot Jun 3 '11 at 12:57

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