Living in India has its perks. Sure it’s hot, it’s often smelly, the airs polluted and there’s people everywhere.
But, there is a huge amount of manufacturing here and prices are often based on what people can afford, not what companies want you to pay.
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If you’re running a vanilla Ubuntu instance inside Oracle’s VirtualBox software then you can easily install Oracle’s driver pack which helps your virtual PC to run smoothly.
It’s less easy in Kubuntu though, so here’s a quick walkthrough on how to do it:
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In Part 1 of this guide I showed you one way to put together a home server using off-the-shelf PC hardware.
In this part I’m going to discuss the various options for operating systems before making a recommendation and then taking you through the installation.
Because most home servers will operate “headless” (with no monitor or input devices attached) I’ll also take you through the process of accessing your server from another device on your network so that you can make changes to it.
Continue reading Ultimate Home server Part 2 – Operating System + Remote Access
Setting up a RAID array is an important step in setting up any home server. Doing so will ensure that your data is protected if one (or more, in some circumstances) of your hard disks fails.
What’s more there are usually some performance benefits to a RAID setup as data can be sourced from multiple drives, effectively increasing performance beyond that of a single drives normal read speed.
Continue reading Ultimate Home Server Part 3 – RAID Arrays