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PostPosted: Mon Feb 20, 2006 2:24 am 
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:) Hello everyone,
I 've been reading of alot of posts in your forums for the past two months and decided it was time to create a file server on something else other than windows. So I download an iso of Knoppix and burned a CD. Then proceeded to create the floppy and I just wanted to say I've got a Naslite server on a Dell Optiplex GX110 SFF PC running a PII 500Mhz cpu with 128mb ram and 2 x 80GB HD's on a 10/100 Network using the Floppy version of Naslite SMBG. I can't believe how easy it was to do.

I Would like to say a BIG THANK YOU to you guys for making it easy for a newbie.


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 20, 2006 6:46 am 
muscatelave,

Kinda reminds me of the old "Amiga" days running a OS off a floppy disk.
I think a lot of people give up at the building the floppy stage,

Just got a idea...

Eden


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 20, 2006 2:07 pm 
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Using Diskwriggler with the following switches
diskwriggler -NTSC -C -t -n 2000 -o z:\

I get the following

Write Summary : 2000.00 frames in 153.48 secs
: 12.52(min) 13.03(avg) 14.00(max) FPS
: 8.36(min) 8.70(avg) 9.34(max) MB/s

Read Summary : 2000.00 frames in 168.33 secs
: 10.37(min) 11.88(avg) 12.48(max) FPS
: 6.92(min) 7.93(avg) 8.33(max) MB/s

:?: I am wondering what kind of difference is there between the floppy version of Naslite SMBG and the paid version of Naslite+ on a 10/100 network without upgrading to Gigabit completely. Would I have alot faster Read/Write or what:?:


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 21, 2006 9:44 pm 
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Did find that the Naslite+ version allows for files greater than 4Gb, but I would still like to know what else is different. :?:


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