Ubuntu on an external hard drive


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I want to install Ubuntu on an external hard drive. But can't decide which drive to buy: tormented ordinary usb or eSATA (on my Mat. boards. I do not have it)?
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I would choose a controller + external drive that has esata and usb. The difference in speed esata and usb is large enough, it will be more comfortable of course to esata.
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Well, judging from the fact that ESata is much rarer than the USB I'd take a USB
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controller with eSata is worth a penny, and the speed is higher.
Take any USB external hard "drive", set, view. If you do not like to buy a eSATA
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>controller with eSata is worth a penny, and the speed is higher.
controller eSata nafig not needed if the mother has a normal sata connector. many pockets are equipped with an adapter in the form of a strap with a hole for the eSata back panel (http://www.satacables.com/html/sata-pci-brackets.html like the picture with red laces, single-port only) + there are plenty of lace-sata-eSata if the owner will not confuse sticking out of the system unit "tail"
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the perfect solution is eSata + USB, in case you want to screw someone to connect. I've got a few cheap pockets Agestar (http://www.agestar.com/english/products/3cb3ah1t.asp this type only USB 2.0) — eSata presence turns it into a wonderful device, without it there would be the usual YR.
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