WarheadsSE wrote:1) MBR, just MBR.. don't think to much into it unless you know where MBR came from...
2) rootfs: ~10G? that ought ti give you all kinds of room to play. All others: totally up to you, feel free to experiment. I use ext3/4
bonelifer wrote:ldi9999: I have that one and it's "nopci". I used the bracket from my donor esata: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.a ... 6812226003 That pogo is either a New "Classic" B01 or a B02. Luckily I got it for less than $20 from J&R a month ago.
I taped the metal bracket on the outside to help keep the drill bits where they should be. I used a variable speed drill to drill out the two screw holes. Then changed to a drill bit that filled up the rectangle space to drill out the hole for the esata cable to plugin too. I'm fairly confidant in my drilling abilities so I left my board on(really your skill level/choice). You could also drill the screw holes out, then drill out on each end of the rectangle and use a "project/hobby knife" like you find at Hobby Lobby to cut/clean out the rest. I just "cleaned" it out carefully with the drill bit while the bracket was taped on to keep it inside the space that needed removed. I would however make sure the bracket is far enough away from the ethernet before taping it down and starting the process(you only get one chance to do it right). Just remember to work slowly as the white plastic is fairly thin.
bonelifer wrote:I just went with the default. I think the motherboard is attached via 2-4 screws. I never bothered removing the motherboard or power supply. All I did was remove the original symlink and redid it with the "nopci" image.
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