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The Idea behind this instrucatbale was to create a quiet cheap low powered NAS box using some 2.5 inch hard drives. What you need to build you own ...
The first job is to take apart the eepc. It is easy here is a link to a take apart guide You need to Remove the feet from ...
The case needs a little bit of cooling one fan running off the usb port should provide a enough cooling. You need to cut a hole in the ...
Next the Hard Disk needs putting in to place and connecting to the board Place the USB hub in place and stick it in place with some no-more ...
Freenas In the bios before install the software you'll need to disable the on the board CF Card read and enable wake on lan Download freenas from Here. ...
Setting up Freenas below I've listed out to add the disks and share them on your network if you like to know more or get the most out ...
A Few notes about the build The performance isn't fast but more than enough for one user and I think the slightly slow performance is worth it for ...
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