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Old 02-04-2012, 03:00 PM   #16
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What can I use for downloading? For example usenet or torrents..
Do you got any suggestions?
There is a nice proxy NNTP server called leafnode that would fit the bill for usenet.
 
Old 02-05-2012, 06:53 AM   #17
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Thanks, I will definitely check that!
 
Old 02-10-2012, 04:32 PM   #18
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Interesting Above Remarks I am actually doing something quite similar Suse as a file server, multiple drives as storage / no raid. System is a backup for windows systems originating data.

I have the main install on a small SSD, with partitions for boot, /root, /swap, /home.

What would be an ideal / safe mounting points for mounting the individual data_1,.. data_n disks, within the file system ?
Yast suggests /local/say_data_1 for the first disk, but what about the subsequent disks ?

Is it a bad idea, not putting my files under /home ?
(Just apart remark, I am not favouring to use LVM scheme)

Thanks for any remarks / comments
 
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What would be an ideal / safe mounting points for mounting the individual data_1,.. data_n disks, within the file system ?
Yast suggests /local/say_data_1 for the first disk, but what about the subsequent disks ?
the answer to this and most other these configuration type questions is 'whatever floats your boat'.
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Is it a bad idea, not putting my files under /home ?
if you want others on the filesystem to see your files then dont put them in /home; else put them in /home.
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(Just apart remark, I am not favouring to use LVM scheme)
again, 'whatever floats your boat'.
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Thanks for any remarks / comments
your welcome.
 
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