What's the best way to create a Linux server from solid state memory ? Answered
I have a dead home server. It used two hard-disks, one for everything but /home and one for /home. /home is fine, as it was intended to be.
I'm about to rebuild it, but its occurred to me that virtually all of my data in there, apart from less than a gig is pretty well static - its the house email server, so there is a dynamic bit in there, but its tiny.
What's the best way to do this ? I've Googled a bit, but not found much guidance, except folks selling solid state servers.
The motherboard is a mini-ITX.
What about using Mint as the basis of something ?