thanks for this. Your tip works with just a couple of adjustments on Crux as well. Here is how I mounted my NTFS-formatted USB drive:
ACTION==”add”, KERNEL==”sdc*”, RUN+=”/bin/mount -t ntfs-3g /dev/sdc1 /mnt/corsair”
ACTION==”remove”, KERNEL==”sdc*”, RUN+=”/bin/umount /mnt/corsair”
Note the different path on Crux to the mount and umount commands.
Best regards, Gerard.]]>
Email — I agree. Home hosting would be ideal in an ideal world with 100% availability, but this would never be the case. Using a webhosting provider seems to be the best solution and as you mentioned, it is not even that expensive.
SparkleShare — I haven’t heard about this, thanks for pointing it out. I’ll try. I’ve got some experience running ownCloud. It was surprisingly usable and it shows potential, but I’m open to alternatives.
As e-mail is a mission critical application, I would refrain from running it at home. Therefore, you can run it: a) on a hosted server, which is expensive; b) on your own server in a server house, which is hideously expensive; c) having a provider that’s not located in a problematic country. Like wedos.net, which I am using as of today. 30 CZK/mo, 5 GB, no bandwidth quota. And it has webhosting.
Also, instead of OwnCloud, which has a terrible codebase (many forked libraries and high HW usage), I would recommend SparkleShare. It’s essentially Dropbox, it’s leaner than OwnCloud, and it has an app for Android too.]]>
I like the case a lot and the price is more than fair. Any chance you would ship to Romania? as I tried the website but I don’t understand]]>