Age - 18
One strength about you - Helpful in game
How do you get along with others - Great. Used to host a popular server a couple of years ago
How long you will spend playing on this server - An hour or so a day, just getting back into the game
What do you like about Minecraft? - Creativity, gives me something to do while relaxing
What are you good at in Minecraft? - Building, creating villages/towns
Quote from Rakanoth
I'll be sure to keep an eye open for it over here in Europe.
Seriously though, I think you'd have a better chance driving the 6 hours and searching for the balloon yourself rather than finding someone here who meets all of the following criteria:
1) lives nearby
2) think it's worth searching for
3) decides against keeping it instead
And that's assuming nobody else has found it yet.
Quote from willfurnell
We need to know a bit more information about it - like the amount of storage, specs, whether it has a gigabit NIC etc... and whether you would be willing to use something other than Windows, like Linux or FreeBSD.
Quote from Fireingpower
Umm instead of using another computer why dont you just set up a raid 1 config on both computers?
Quote from mike1254
About Yourself:i am an member of jjkearys old server peakville
Do you understand the rules:yes I do
Why should you be accepted:because I really want to talk to jj again
Any other questions:none that I know of
Quote from BKrenz
Why not just steal the drives out of the second computer, and stuff them into the first one as well. Then, you don't need to worry about a network, other part failures, or more electricity pull or heat exhaust.
Quote from BKrenz
It has a VGA and a DVI port on it. I couldn't find anything that confirmed nor denied anything about dual monitors on the APUs. As for the build, is everything being stored locally on the computer, and backed up to the secondary storage unit? You could use the secondary storage unit for all file storage, and keep only a 64GB or so SSD in the main computer. I might look into different RAM, but I'm busy being lazy.
As for the backup computer, you would need software to do it, whether custom written to target specific folders or commercially available. Make sure to have a large enough quantity of storage, possibly in a RAID setup to prevent data loss in case of a drive failure.