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RAID5 storage using Ubuntu

The purpose of this article is to build an inexpensive RAID 5 Network Attached Storage (NAS) system.
It's here at Toms Networking


As mentioned earlier, I used Ubuntu 6.06 desktop for the main operating system for my NAS. I'm not going to provide step-by-step instructions on how to install Ubuntu 6.06, but I will provide a few tips:

* Let Ubuntu format the RAID 5 partition, since it sees the MegaRAID card and drives as a simple hard drive. It takes Ubuntu an hour to format a 1.2 TB partition on the hardware configuration I've described.

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