Unstoppable Copier, great for mass file transfers. and it will tell you if there was an issue with any file without stopping the copy
Copy files to your new NAS setup or to a larger drive setup. Then backup.
I would recommend building a ZFS NAS...
Looks Nice, but the required specs are a bit high for my system. I have a single core Atom 450 CPU at 1.6GHz.
Recommended System Specifications
Intel i3 or comparable dual-core 64-bit processor
1 GB of system memory (RAM)
15 GB of disk space
-Lubuntu -I basically did this when I installed Debian Server then I installed LXDE, I have been installing only the packages I need to sort of make a "skinny" version of Lubuntu. So far so good.
-antiX -I have no idea how I missed this one since it was on the distrowatch list. look rough...
I was also looking into different OS systems to run. FreeNAS, is near the top of my list, but ProxMox look nice as well since it has native ZFS support as well as a lot of virtual machine built right in. What do you use? are you happy with it?
Will try. Messing around with SLAX.
I was having issues with youtube with Mint XFCE. would not do 720p. Ran 240 fine though. I did some research and it looks like the 64bit version decodes video better than the 32 bit version. So I will try that as well as smooth scroll disable.
I have a...
Wow, It has been a long time since I have used KDE, looks very nice, I will give it a try.
I am also building a base install from debian server + LXDE + other apps. I want to see the usablity. sorta like the idea of linux from scrach. Thanks.
Ok, this just thought to me the 2TB drives I have may be 512 drives and not 4K, I know from past bads this is bad. Is there away to force ashift 12 instead of 9? or should I separate the 2TB pool as a separate zpool instead of a vdev of my current pool until more drives can be sourced.
Hello, I have recently goring a few Levono S10-3 Netbooks they come with a Atom 450 CPU at 1.6Ghz (Single Core) and 2 GB of ram. They look almost new, but come with Windows XP licensees. So I have been looking into lightweight linux OS to run instead.
I have tried
Mint 18.1 Mate 32 Bit...
Ram is maxed out on my system at 32GB of DDR3 registered (8x4GB), so I cant go any higher. Well, since this is mostly used like a WORM storage high IO would not really be needed.
at most I will have 4 different connections pulling different files for payback.