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use can do this by adding the following line at the end of /etc/rsyslog.conf for udp *.* @remoteserverip for tcp *.* @@remoteserverip


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There are some different ways to address this. Here are the main ones: Raspberry Pi (my personal favorite) As you said, you can attach your drives to a Raspberry Pi, and set it up to serve their content to the network. This is my favorite choice, since it isn't limited to what you want, but it allows a whole new world of possibilities (and learning!). You ...


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There are devices specifically for this purpose. If you google "SATA NAS Enclosure" you will find some results, to get you started, here are some options: https://www.scan.co.uk/shop/computer-hardware/all/hard-drives-ext/network-attached-storage-1-to-2-bay-(without-hdd)


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You can run following command get root access without interactivity: ssh server " sudo command" < sudopassword.txt


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If you also have each computername, you can do this all remotely. Enter the administrative networkshare C$ on the pc. For example, if the pcname is: PC-001, then you would point explorer to the following path: \\PC-001\C$\Users\test You can also access this path through a .cmd script by using the following commands: I will assume Z: is not in use on your ...


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If you can access the "Manage Computer" tool, and connect to the remote machine with it, you should be able to open the "Shared Folders" folder and create the share there.


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Just execute the command in the remote server through ssh and store the output locally: ssh myuser@thatserver 'grep "aa"' > ~/myoutput.res



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