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Old June 20, 2011, 01:11 PM
lKashl lKashl is offline
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It is possible but the equipment for it is pretty expensive and usually intended for a commercial environment, not sure if there is any of that equipment in the affordable home user price bracket or availability. Not to mention that since they typically use a stripped down and modified version of linux it would be inconvenient for customisation.
Basically, like a couple of guys have said already, your best bet is to make a really cheap computer and just whack all the HDD's in. From there you can just connect it via network and use windows in-built file sharing
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