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Custom NAS Server Using Damn Small Linux

This tutorial shows how to customize a standard DSL boot medium to create a home NAS server with the following features: Remote Desktop with VNC, Automatic Detection of IDE and USB/SATA drives… More here

Damn Small Linux is a tiny Linux distro that can be easily customized for use as a home NAS server. Since DSL boots from either a CD/DVD or a USB pendrive, all hard drive space is available for sharing over the network. If you were to use a standard server distro such as Centos, it would consume 6 to 8 GB of disk space, reducing the amount of data you can store.

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