Ethernet external HardDisk.
felipe.dominguez at gmail.com
Thu Oct 2 16:38:26 UTC 2008
Thanks a lot for all the coments and help I got from the forum.
I did find the procedures and they work.
Here they are
How to build a NDAS package for Debian ¶
Using NDAS driver
To avoid problems I recomend to follow the procedures while the hard disk is
connected only to one computer. In my case I did had the driver installed on
window (the one they provide on the CD), which was holding a write lock on
the device while I was trying to get write access from LINUX. it took me a
while to know why I could not get write access :-). Other than that
everything is fine.
With respect to TrekStor, I phone their customer support twice and I did
send them three emails. three or four days after the last one they replay
with an email telling me how important I was for them as a customer and
asking me to visit their web site for any other question... so... no help!.
On Mon, Sep 29, 2008 at 7:32 PM, Brian McKee <brian.mckee at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Sep 29, 2008 at 1:23 PM, Brian McKee <brian.mckee at gmail.com>
> > While I know nothing about NDAS, (another thing on my list to learn)
> Huh. Just reviewed
> <http://www.ximeta.com/web/technology/ndas/technologie10_en.php> and
> It's marketing fluff for sure - it calls setting up TCP/IP networking
> hard, but installing custom drivers for their product easy ! And their
> security comments have an odour about them....
> *I* would prefer something that uses an open standard and tried and
> true technology, rather than a propriatary set up. I'd also note that
> anything that bets against TCP/IP just keeps losing time after time.
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