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    [ubuntu] Re: Atom+ION NAS runs very hot

    If the CPU frequency is fixed at 1.6GHz for everybody, then I don't really have any other leads to why my system runs so much hotter than others..
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    [ubuntu] Re: Atom+ION NAS runs very hot

    Bump.. hoping somebody can help :(
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    [ubuntu] Re: Atom+ION NAS runs very hot

    Bump..
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    [ubuntu] Re: Atom+ION NAS runs very hot

    I just booted into ubuntu and chrome and lm-sensors applet are running, and system monitor shows about 40% cpu activity.

    If I do 'cat /proc/cpuinfo' it shows my cpu running at 1600MHz, though I...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Atom+ION NAS runs very hot

    I have monitored top to make sure nothing is burning CPU usage. What's a good way to check if the CPU is being clocked down?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Atom+ION NAS runs very hot

    bump... anyone?
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    [ubuntu] Atom+ION NAS runs very hot

    I built myself an Atom+ION box to use as a NAS in my home office. I installed 10.10 desktop version, plugged in 2 sticks of RAM for 2GB, and have two 1TB drives that are mirrored and a third HD that...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Can't ssh into ubuntu machine?

    Wow total rookie mistake. As you mentioned, I didn't even set up keys properly. I guess the page I should have also checked was https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SSH/OpenSSH/Keys. The main thing I...
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    [SOLVED] Can't ssh into ubuntu machine?

    I am running 10.10, and tried to follow https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SSH/OpenSSH/Configuring to get the ssh server running. The only change I made to the default config file was to enable...
  10. [ubuntu] Re: How to make certain files/folders invisible to specific users?

    Well I wouldn't want to add a '.' in front of all the files because they would then have a different filename, and also I don't want the files to be hidden to everybody. I also don't want to just...
  11. [ubuntu] How to make certain files/folders invisible to specific users?

    I've got a NAS running and I'd like to somehow make some of the folders and files invisible to certain users only. For example, if I 'ls' a directory, I want to see files 'a', 'b', and 'c'. But if...
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    [SOLVED] Re: RAID1 disappears after reboot?

    Searched more carefully again and solved my own problem with this thread : http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1225334&highlight=mdadm

    Yay forums!
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    [SOLVED] RAID1 disappears after reboot?

    I had a thread earlier asking for help installing Ubuntu Server to my homemade atom based NAS, but I gave up on that (GUI's are more helpful to me :P) and so now I'm running Ubuntu 10.10 Desktop...
  14. [ubuntu] Re: ubuntu server blank screen + blinking cursor after install

    Just wanted to comment that I had the same problem, and your solution worked for me also. The disk I was trying to install to was plugged into SATA3 on my motherboard. After plugging it into SATA1 (I...
  15. [ubuntu] Re: Basic questions about building a home NAS with RAID 1

    Alrighty, I'll give this a shot and report back later :) Thanks!
  16. [ubuntu] Re: Basic questions about building a home NAS with RAID 1

    I'm guessing / is the partition with the OS, /nas is the partition for the data, but what is the /swap partition for?

    If I do this, does this mean I will be mirroring exactly the same 3...
  17. [ubuntu] Re: Basic questions about building a home NAS with RAID 1

    The reason I wanted to go with Ubuntu over freenas was because of the study done by smallnetbuilder, where they found that ubuntu server had a significant performance increase over freenas. I also...
  18. [ubuntu] Basic questions about building a home NAS with RAID 1

    My plan is to build a small Atom based NAS which will run 2x1TB drives in RAID 1 config. The purpose is to store media which can be accessed by both Mac and Windows computers on my home network.
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