The "Tux Server"
October 06, 2003

Michael Charrier created the Tux Server, a Network Attached Storage Device powered by an EPIA 800 inside the shell of a dead Quantum Snap Server. The Tux Server manages to cram 7 drives into the case, including six 2.5" Laptop-style Hard Drives (picked up from a local asset recovery company) arranged in a RAID-5 software array. It runs Linux of course. Here it is (middle right) underneath the stairs, keeping tabs on his UPS...

Michael Charrier's "Tux Server"

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