Category: NAS (Advanced)

All advanced NAS stuff

Installing Solaris 10 on a SunFire v210 via network

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Recently a collegue of mine (over at www.raymii.org) came in possession of a Sun Ray 2 thin client set. Since
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Playing PS3 games from your NAS

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This is a somewhat strange post for my blog, but since I’m using this on my NAS to serve it’s
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Your NAS as a TimeMachine backupserver

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Mac users may be familiar with the TimeMachine functionality OSX provides, in order to use this you’ll have to buy
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Linux 3.16 kernel for Linksys Mediahub 300/400 series

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Last year I’ve created a patched 3.8.13 kernel for the Linksys Mediahub NMH300 and 400 NAS series and I’ve received
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Install Debian Wheezy and custom kernel on the Linksys MediaHub

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In this post I will explain how you can boot the MediaHub 300/400 series with Debian Wheezy and a custom
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Customize the Digitus DN-7013

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The Digitus DN-7013 (also known as the Ovilink MU-5000FS or Sitecom LN-350) is a small server which can share the
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Update uBoot on the NetworkSpace 2

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The standard uBoot on the NetworkSpace 2 (and other LaCie NAS devices) is flashed in such way that you cannot
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Completing the installation of Debian on your NAS

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Now that we are able to boot the kernel and have prepared the harddisk for use in the NAS, it’s
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Load and boot your kernel via TFTP

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Now that you know how to control uBoot (see previous post) you can start booting up your kernel. As said
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Preparing your harddisk for use with your NAS

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Now it’s time to prepare a harddisk for use in your NAS. You have to use your favorite partition manager
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