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Hi Grumpy, doses this mean that your going to be posting your excellent xenserver guide back

 

Yes. It should be up later today or tomorrow at the latest.

 

Thanks that's great news, I now have a new project for the beginning of January lol, provided Santa brings me my new board for xmas or the wife does for my birthday :)

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Hi Grumpy, doses this mean that your going to be posting your excellent xenserver guide back

 

Yes. It should be up later today or tomorrow at the latest.

 

Thanks that's great news, I now have a new project for the beginning of January lol, provided Santa brings me my new board for xmas or the wife does for my birthday :)

 

Dude, sorry but Santa isn't real.

 

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Hi Grumpy, doses this mean that your going to be posting your excellent xenserver guide back

 

Yes. It should be up later today or tomorrow at the latest.

 

Thanks that's great news, I now have a new project for the beginning of January lol, provided Santa brings me my new board for xmas or the wife does for my birthday :)

 

Dude, sorry but Santa isn't real.

 

Sent from my Nexus 5 using Tapatalk

 

shhhhhh you :)

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I'm slightly confused, are you saying you intend to package unraid for installation via the package manager of the selected distro *or* that you're actually going to bundle a distro with unraid (in a livecd style)?

 

either way I'd vote debian

 

probably option B. may I ask why debian? liveCD style, sort of ...

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This may be a silly question, but here goes anyways...

 

By having unraid baked in to the distro does this mean that i don't have to pass through controllers to unraid like i do at the moment in xenserver with unraid as a VM ?

 

Bingo.

 

One of the many benefits.

 

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This may be a silly question, but here goes anyways...

 

By having unraid baked in to the distro does this mean that i don't have to pass through controllers to unraid like i do at the moment in xenserver with unraid as a VM ?

One of the many benefits.

 

This looks great! looking forward to try this!! one Q, how about UPS? would this take care of the host (OpenSuSE) to control even all other VM? including unraid?

 

And the "Host" would accept Remote connection (Remote Deskop (W8.1) or VNC) ??

 

//Peter

 

 

 

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This may be a silly question, but here goes anyways...

 

By having unraid baked in to the distro does this mean that i don't have to pass through controllers to unraid like i do at the moment in xenserver with unraid as a VM ?

One of the many benefits.

 

This looks great! looking forward to try this!! one Q, how about UPS? would this take care of the host (OpenSuSE) to control even all other VM? including unraid?

 

And the "Host" would accept Remote connection (Remote Deskop (W8.1) or VNC) ??

 

//Peter

 

Apcupsd has Windows and Linux clients which can operate in slave mode if there's no easy way to do this via the host.

 

Sent from a mobile device, sorry for any typos.

 

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