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Author Topic: Make your own home server  (Read 2229 times)

jgpaiva

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Make your own home server
« on: March 24, 2006, 05:35:16 AM »
I read about this on one portuguese magazine, and found the article very interesting.

The idea is you have an old computer at home that is only getting dustier by every day?
Well... You can now give some interesting use to it.
With NasLite+, you can make it be your own ftp/http home server.
You already could do this before, but a 486 with a 200mb disk is not that useful as an ftp server, is it? ;)

That's the advantage about naslite. NasLite doesn't depend on the computer's own bios, which allows you to use whatever disks you'd like, as long as they're ide! If you remove the optical drive, you can connect 4 250gb discs to it and get a 1tb ftp server! how good is that?

This sure looks like a great use to give to that old computer you've got stored in the deepness of your garage.