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You've heard the word "server" thrown around a lot, but usually in the context of web sites or big companies that have a lot of data to store. In reality, a server can be just as useful in your home. In this guide, we'll walk through how to create your own server at home that you can put in the closet and leave on 24/7, ready to do any streaming, downloading, or backup you might need at a moment's notice. Why Do I Want a Server in My House? A server, for those that don't know, is just a computer that stores data and "serves" it to other computers on a network, and it can be immensely useful in your house. It's a great place to store your backups, store your media for streaming to all your devices, or even act as an always-on, low-powered computer for seeding torrents and downloading other files.
Have you noticed a growing amount of old music compilations, out of date software or even just faulty blank CDs stacking up in your office?
Earlier this year we showed you how an LED POV staff could be used to visualize network data .
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The jQuery Autocomplete plugin got a successor recently, the jQuery UI Autocomplete . In this guide we'll look at the old plugin API step-by-step, and how to migrate to the new API. At first it may look like the new plugin supports barely any of the old options.
If you’ve got a hard drive formatted with the FAT32 file system, you might have found that you can’t copy large files to that drive.