John E. Perry wrote:
Randall R Schulz wrote:
There are also now storage appliances that implement NFS and / or
SMB/CIFS (accessed via Samba from Unix / Linux systems or via the
built-in file sharing from Windows systems). These are basically
stand-alone boxes with disks (often RAID arrays), a simple server
computer and an Ethernet connection.
Be nice if I could afford it. A semi-employed electronics engineer 60+
years old has to watch his spending pretty carefully between contracts.
Those external hard drives I mentioned are fairly cheap. And you can
always fire up an old computer with Linux and use it as a "server", to
hold your backups.
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