However, if you need that much storage, you might be better off getting a larger server with more room and more SATA ports (or an expansion card).
Vortexbox uses MakeMKV to rip dvds and blu-rays. It only rips the original files and places them within a MKV container.robfitzp said:Thinking about one of these to run vortex box, which it would appear can now rip DVD and bluray to mkv as well. Would the processor in this be powerful enough to deal with a bluray rip?
That never worked for me so used a program called flashboot to creat a bootable USB from isowhen my box arrives i have decided to give freenas a try and found a program called UNetbootin that in theory lets you burn the full live cd iso to a a bootable usb drive instead of CD, i then plan to install to the internal usb stick. just in case that info is useful to any of you.
Scan.co.uk: MS Windows Home Server 32Bit Edition CCQ-00099Anyone know where i can get windows Home server cheeeep?