New Backup Server

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http://www.linuxquestions.org – Nearly lost my past two years of movie, TV, & video recordings (4TB), and so decided it's time to move forward with my backup server. It'll be in an ITX cube case ($140), out in the garage down low, where it'll be safe from theft and fire. Connected to the router by GB ethernet. I've decided on the excellent Super Micro X7SPA-HF ($200), which has the Atom D510 processor (13 WATTS!)(yes the D525 is out, but $100 more for a little more speed and DDR3 which I don't want/need), count 'em 6 SATA 3GB ports, and two GB ethernet ports. It has built-in graphics which is not so hot with Linux, b (HowTos)