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SlugOS For Dummies
Wilfred Nilsen - BarracudaDrive
Host your documents in the cloud on a small device that runs 24/7 and uses a maximum of 4 Watts of power.


SlugOS is a Linux distribution for the Linksys NSLU2. Installing SlugOS and installing the various tools are normally a daunting task if you are either new to Linux or have never used Linux before.

The following guide will help a person with little or no Linux experience install SlugOS on the NSLU2 and configure the NSLU2 to run the BarracudaDrive server. When you have the BarracudaDrive server running on the NSLU2, the server can be used for more that just a NAS. In addition to functioning as a NAS, with the BarracudaDrive server, your local network can also be accessed remotely. BarracudaDrive lets you or multiple users access and work with electronic documents or any type of data stored on your NSLU2 from remote locations.

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