BarracudaDrivehttp://barracudadrive.comSubscribe to this feed if you like to keep up to date with how to use and maintain your BarracudaDrive web server.Thu, 28 Mar 2013 23:08:36 GMTThu, 28 Mar 2013 23:08:36 GMTblogBarracudaDrive1440Real Time Logic<![CDATA[Apache, Nginx, Lighttpd, Monkey, and BarracudaDrive Speed Test]]>http://barracudadrive.com/blog/2013/03/Apache-Nginx-Lighttpd-Monkey-and-BarracudaDrive-Speed-TestBenchmarking web servers can be difficult since few computers provide the exact same CPU speed. It is for this reason the Raspberry Pi is great for benchmarking since non modified Raspberry Pis will provide the same speed. A standard (non overclocked) Raspberry Pi with its ARM processor runs at 700 MHz.

Note: The Mako Server and BarracudaDrive are both derived fr]]>blogThu, 28 Mar 2013 23:08:36 GMT<![CDATA[E-Mail Marketing with BarracudaDrive]]>http://barracudadrive.com/blog/2013/02/EMail-Marketing-with-BarracudaDrive 

BarracudaDrive includes a bulk email engine specifically designed for sending large amounts of emails. The benefit in using BarracudaDrive for sending large amounts of emails is that BarracudaDrive runs as a background process and can send out emails without disrupting your other activities. An added benefit is that BarracudaDrive is a web server and the integrated email engine provides a unique URL for each subscribed user, thus making it easy for your recipien]]>blogThu, 21 Feb 2013 17:59:11 GMT<![CDATA[How To Use Blog Editors]]>http://barracudadrive.com/blog/2012/04/How-To-Use-Blog-EditorsBarracudaDrive version 5.0 includes a number of improvements, and one of the improvements is better support for the vast number of blog editors available. In this tutorial we show you how to configure Microsoft Word, the ScribeFire blog editor, and Microsoft Live Writer for use with the BarracudaDrive's CMS/blog plugin. 

Using Microsoft Word as a Blog Editor

With BarracudaDrive, you can configure programs such as the most popular Microsoft Word to become a blog editor with ]]>blogSat, 14 Apr 2012 00:41:07 GMT<![CDATA[BarracudaDrive for the My Book Live NAS]]>http://barracudadrive.com/blog/2012/02/BarracudaDrive-for-the-My-Book-Live-NAS

BarracudaDrive is now available for the My Book Live.

My Book Live is a relatively inexpensive Network Attached Storage (NAS) device from Western Digital. My Book Live is powered by Linux and anyone with some Linux experience can install additional applications for this device.

See the BarracudaDrive My Book Live Page for more information.

]]>blogMon, 27 Feb 2012 15:48:54 GMT<![CDATA[Cheap Support]]>http://barracudadrive.com/blog/2011/10/Cheap-Support
Here is a great tip if you have had problems with installing or configuring BarracudaDrive. The web site fiverr.com is a place where people provide services for $5. You can find many services that will help you with any problem you have on your computer. A person will use Remote Desktop to remote into your computer for $5 per 1/2 hour or remote into your online server.

BTW, future versions of the Chrome browser will include Remote Desktop. Chrome call]]>blogWed, 19 Oct 2011 23:33:44 GMT<![CDATA[Securely distribute large files via emails]]>http://barracudadrive.com/blog/2011/08/Securely-distribute-large-files-via-emails

BarracudaDrive 4.6 includes many new features such as the new File Mailer, which makes it easy and secure to distribute files of any size to any number of contacts via regular email.

The File Mailer is a new product integrated with the BarracudaDrive WebDAV and Web File Manager. Files of any size can be uploade]]>blogThu, 11 Aug 2011 00:48:00 GMT<![CDATA[How to Setup Your Own Remote Online BitTorrent Client]]>http://barracudadrive.com/blog/2010/11/How-to-Setup-Your-Own-Remote-Online-BitTorrent-Client(Your Private DIY Seedbox Server)

One of the problems with using BitTorrent and P2P is that it consumes a considerable amount of your Internet connection's bandwidth. Most broadband users have limited upload speed that also affects their download speed since P2P is all about sharing equally. This means that you, in general, are not allowed to download more than you can upload to other peers.

One way to get around this problem, and other problems associated with P2P, is to run]]>blogThu, 25 Nov 2010 02:45:05 GMT<![CDATA[BarracudaDrive 4.4]]>http://barracudadrive.com/blog/2010/05/BarracudaDrive-44BarracudaDrive 4.4 includes many new features such as uploading files by dragging and dropping files directly into your browser. The Content Management System now includes a new file server that is specifically designed for creating photo albums by automatically scaling your uploaded photos and creating thumb images for the uploaded photos. The video below gives a brief introduction to how this all works.

In addition to many new features, existing features have been improved. The fil]]>blogTue, 04 May 2010 18:01:01 GMT<![CDATA[BarracudaDrive for Marvell's SheevaPlug]]>http://barracudadrive.com/blog/2009/09/BarracudaDrive-for-Marvells-SheevaPlugNote: Installing BarracudaDrive on a SheevaPlug requires Linux experience. We suggest that you contact your local Linux user group if you do not have the required Linux skills. You can attend one of their meetings and have an experienced Linux user help you with the installation.

The Debian and Ubuntu release is designed for institutions such as schools and universities which typically require a high number of concurrent users. The included BarracudaDrive Ubuntu startup script configures BaracudaDrive to allow up to 2000 simultaneous socket connections,sufficient for most high end users.

The Ubuntu release is designed for experienced Linux administrators. You must have root access in order to insta]]>blogSat, 15 Aug 2009 15:30:01 GMT