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  1. [ubuntu] Re: WDTV Live Streaming Media Player and Linux (ubuntu) based NFS server

    It turns out the biggest contibutor to the descrepancy in performance between my Linux box and Windows XP box, when it comes to serving up NFS, was flaky Gigabit ports on my router. When I installed...
  2. [ubuntu] Re: WDTV Live Streaming Media Player and Linux (ubuntu) based NFS server

    Thanks for all the extra info SeijiSensei, your right on TV's smaller than 50 inches 1080p is kind of a waste from more than 7 feet away anyway. But I have two 58 TV's that I need to feed. I'm...
  3. [ubuntu] Re: Ralink RT2870STA Wireless driver compilation issues

    Nevermind guys I found the full version link. Thanks anyway.
  4. [ubuntu] Re: Ralink RT2870STA Wireless driver compilation issues

    I'm having the same issue as shanept with my RT2870 chipset based adapter. But that link in that post that shanept put up does not work anymore. Can someone tell me where I can find the modified...
  5. [ubuntu] Re: WDTV Live Streaming Media Player and Linux (ubuntu) based NFS server

    Thank you so much for resonding SeijiSensei. Can you tell me where I can find the TCP, UDP setting to alter the NFS settings? also if you look at my first post I wrote that the performance gets even...
  6. [ubuntu] Re: WDTV Live Streaming Media Player and Linux (ubuntu) based NFS server

    You know it's the strangest thing, I finally managed to get Linux(ubuntu) serving functional NFS shares to the WDTV Live Streaming Media player, and Linux(ubuntu) is doing a worse job than Windows XP...
  7. [ubuntu] Re: WDTV Live Streaming Media Player and Linux (ubuntu) based NFS server

    anybody have any ideas?
  8. [ubuntu] WDTV Live Streaming Media Player and Linux (ubuntu) based NFS server

    So far my testing with the WDTV Live SMP has shown that NFS is superior to Samba, at least for wireless. I am able to stream 8-9GB .MKV 1080p DTS files without issue as long as I have a strong...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Constant Accessed to HD after upgrade.

    did anybody find a solution to this problem? my system seems to be affected as well, I thought it was because of my RAID setup.

    do you have a RAID setup Ifaistos?
  10. [ubuntu] Re: Installing ubuntu 11.10 on Fakeraid, any tips or advice?

    I believe I got this one solved, even though I'm not sure exactly what was wrong.
    after trying some other tutorials on getting fakeraid to work namely this one here...
  11. [ubuntu] Re: Installing ubuntu 11.10 on Fakeraid, any tips or advice?

    2. So does 10.04 let you choose where GRUB installs even with the normal CD .iso or do you have to use the alternate CD .iso or the server CD .iso perhaps?. Can you also please explain what...
  12. [ubuntu] Re: Installing ubuntu 11.10 on Fakeraid, any tips or advice?

    1. Thank you for the informative post darkod, I will probably use the 10.04 LTS server edition now, can you tell me if that versions installation allows you to choose whether GRUB gets installed to...
  13. [ubuntu] Re: Installing ubuntu 11.10 on Fakeraid, any tips or advice?

    1. Thank you for responding darkod, but the reason why I intend to run Fakeraid is beacause I would like to dual or even triple boot my system (with W7, ubunbtu, and OSXLion). in addition, although I...
  14. [ubuntu] Re: Installing ubuntu 11.10 on Fakeraid, any tips or advice?

    Thanks for your reply bluexrider, those articles are definitely interesting and useful and I may need them both, but the first one doesn't have a heading on raid at all
    and the second one talks...
  15. [ubuntu] Installing ubuntu 11.10 on Fakeraid, any tips or advice?

    I was all excited about 72 hours ago because I was planning on getting into Linux and learning what it was all about, in addition to having a rock stable (or so I've heard) nfs server to serve 1080p...
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