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I need some comments in regars to my NAS. I have a Linux Server running Ubuntu 10.04 (may upgrade) and I have a RAID5 for my storage aray, it consits of 4 x 1.5 TB HDDs. OS is running on a seperate disk and I have a 1 TB USB drive that is currently empty. I am thinking of "destroying" the RAID 5, to gain additional storage space, and start using MHDDFS to mount multiple drives too one mount point for a "large array". Today I loose 1 x 1.5 TB diskspace the the RAID 5. I do not want to run 1 large volume, because if I lose 1 disk, I lose it all. Any comments in regards to using MHDDFS? I
I am new to linux. I started with running kuki linux from a live CD on an Acer Aspire one. It worked great for what I wanted,which is an OS with minimal apps on install that I can customize as I learn more about linux and surf the web. I chose kuki because its designed specifically for the Acer Aspire one and its SSD hd, and the wifi was said to work "out of the box" (with maybe a little tweaking), which knowing a tiny bit about linux I didnt expect anything to work out of the box. When I ran it live everything worked out of the box, so I installed it. After install the wifi doesn'