[kwlug-disc] Good project board

Andrew Sullivan Cant acant at alumni.uwaterloo.ca
Sat Jul 25 10:59:58 EDT 2009


I have a dlink dns-323 (2 SATA bays). Runs linux by default, and has an upgrade path to Debian. I am using mine as a simple backup server, but there seems to be alot of documentation on installing other software.

My only complaints have been that is a little sluggish, and a little loud when the disks spin up. And I have not measured the power consumption.


Andrew
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> For the non-DIY, particularly if you're looking more MythTV-like and
> less gateway-like, perhaps Popcorn Hour?
>
> http://www.popcornhour.com/onlinestore/index.php?pluginoption=catalog
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> Jason Locklin wrote, On 07/24/2009 12:23 PM:
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> > I'm curious about building a multifunction NAS as a fun little project.
> > I'm wondering if there is a commercial non-x86 integrated board that
> > would be good for this. Something like the miniITX jetway boards, but
> > lower power and fanless (i.e. ARM).
> >
> > I would like to use it with a couple SATA drives, and run RSYNC,
> > Bittorrent, CUPS (for a USB printer), maybe record from a USB webcam and
> > play music/voicemail. Gigabit Ethernet and audio-out would be a plus but
> > not a requirement. I'll be running Debian.
>
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