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Old 14th April 2011, 17:05   #1
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Default Spare Closet Converted to a DIY Home Data Center

Project Reincarnation was to convert my fairly hacky closet in to an even more hacky closet of chaos and wonder....

The project took place over a few weekends (as that's when I had time for it). It involved a lot of sitting and pondering about what I wanted to do and how best to do it. A lot of time also went in to trips to the hardware store over not getting enough of something in a previous trip (like wood screws and support brackets).

http://geekery.dawning.ca/datacentre...-reincarnation
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