[mythtv-users] Question about NAS's
nickcrabtree at gmail.com
Thu Nov 1 17:00:25 UTC 2007
On 11/1/07, Bill Omer <bill.omer at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 11/1/07, David Frascone <dave at frascone.com> wrote:
> > I bought a cheap NAS a few months ago to store MP3's and videos
> on. 500Gb
> > for
> > < $200 (SimpleShare)
> > Well -- it's not Vista or Mac OS X compatible. Although, it does work
> > under linux.
> > So -- my question: Can you guys recommend an inexpensive NAS so I can
> > upgrade
> > my storage w/o buying more fancy SCSI raid disks? Something fast enough
> > accept a couple of streams from either HDHomeRuns and/or a linux box via
> > (PVR-500 streams)?
I've got an NSLU2 (aka slug) - the server was cheaper than the attached
320Gb usb disk. I didn't like the built-in firmware and installed Debian -
it runs as a backup server actively pulling data. It is connected to my
Linux boxes by NFS and my Windows ones by CIFS and is very stable. See
http://www.nslu2-linux.org/. Caveat - I don't use it for mythtv storage
(i've got enough local disk) YMMV.
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