We have a (pretty old) Linux machine running crunchbang linux (64 bit). The machine was used for some time just as a storage space, files were managed mainly via SCP and SSH. But due to the increased number of requests we would like to turn that machine into a local NAS machine, without wiping out the already existing files.
Basically we want the following features:
- a common directory for storage which can be mounted from Windows and Linux. Everyone can access it
- a web based GUI for beginner users (just as other (commercial) NAS boxes offer)
- a private space for users, accessible only by the specific user
Can you hint me towards:
- a list of software
- other configuration options
that should be installed/performed in order for it to be as close to the desire of our team as possible?