I have a NAS. It’s a nice NAS. It’s a QNAP TurboNAS TS-419P, and it’s just what I need for my SOHO setup.
Amongst many other things it can do, it can allow me to use its RAID array as iSCSI targets.
VirtualBox is also great. It can use iSCSI targets as storage devices,
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I recently updated one of my systems to multiboot Windows 7 64-bit and Linux Mint 64-bit, on a spare 500GB hard drive.
On the old hard drive I had Windows XP and Ubuntu 11.04, and I wanted access mainly to the old Ubuntu Installation, in case there was information on there that I needed for
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My websites are self-hosted and run in virtual machines by way of Virtualbox. I have two physical servers, both can access the virtual drives used by my VM’s via LVM partitions on a separate NAS, which means if I need to I can teleport the VM’s from one physical server to another, and perform
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Just copy/paste this entire line into a terminal window…
sudo cd /usr/share/virtualbox/src/vboxhost && for file in `grep “autoconf.h” * -R| cut -f1 -d:`; do sed -i ‘s/^#\(\s*\)include <linux\/autoconf\.h>/#\1include <generated\/autoconf.h>/g’ $file; done
sudo /etc/init.d/vboxdrv setup
The virtualbox driver should now compile.
The file “autoconf.h” has been moved in more recent kernels from <linux/autoconf.h> to
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