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edex
post Apr 7 2020, 02:04 PM

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My plan is to run virtualbox with:
- freenas in VM (for storage management, media streaming)
- ubuntu (torrent, downloads, anonymity purposes n yadayada)


Based on your requirement, better u run Unraid.
U can run jellyfin/plex for ur media streaming. torrent cliend also available.


search youtube for unraid. alot of example there.

u can ask me if u have question.

Now i'm running server with celeron j1800i, 8GB ram, 2TB parity disk and 1.5 TB data. Power usage about 15watt

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edex
post Apr 7 2020, 04:09 PM

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QUOTE(hahakim @ Apr 7 2020, 02:35 PM)
Is unraid one time payment or subscription based?

So...virtualbox -->unraid in VM any good? Will it be better experience if straight install unraid?
Freenas also have more than enough plug ins from what i read, no offense ya, just try to absorb anything
That 15watt damnnn is it an intel nic?
Thanks! Will look into vmware for my next lesson nod.gif

I like free software bcause if anything happen i can just nuke everything haha
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I use *ahem* unraid copy.

Unraid run from usb stick. So, it will not take hdd space.

Hdd/ssd only use to store data

Inside unraid, u can run VM and docker. Most of the things u want, have docker template. U can use app repository to install the docker.

I'm using this board https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/support/J1800I-.html and pair it with pico psu

U can buy secondhand from shopee


edex
post Apr 7 2020, 04:12 PM

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another option beside unraid, u can install https://xpenology.org/

 

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