I'am wondering, what does Canonical think the future for Ubuntu is?
What are they putting their focus on, what path are they going or planning on going.
Thanks on advance.
In the near future, I'll be configuring a file server/NAS to run on my work-from-home network. Budget currently necessitates that I limit storage to a single 1TB disc, but I'd like the ability to expand to 2TB in the future via a Level 0 RAID. If I go through the installation and set up a RAID 0, will I be able to easily add storage to the array in the future? Thanks in advance.
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