New coffee lake processor

    • Do a web search for 'apollo lake site:openmediavault.org' to get at least a feeling for what you're trying.

      OMV is something not dependent on CPU details at all sitting on top of a Debian distro. The important stuff (BIOS/UEFI and driver/kernel hassles) happens several layers below and if you're not very familiar with all these hardware related issues I would strongly recommend a very conservative approach choosing your hardware (using only things that were already there 2 or maybe even 3 years ago)
      'OMV problems' with XU4 and Cloudshell 2? Nope, read this first. 'OMV problems' with Cloudshell 1? Nope, just Ohm's law or queue size.
    • OMV3 is based on Debian 8 and is the current stable version.
      OMV4 is based on Debian 9 and is in development phase.

      So you can check which processor is supported by which version of Debian. Might be that CoffeLake will be supported by Debian 10.

      forums.debian.net/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=133348

      Probably better to check which processors are already used for Debian 8 and OMV3.
      Is there a reason why you are looking for the latest processor? You could gain you some bucks by using somewhat older processors.
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    • With the lake processor there are always difficulties with the installation.
      which I have heard from other forums.
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    • macom wrote:

      OMV3 is based on Debian 8 and is the current stable version.
      OMV4 is based on Debian 9 and is in development phase.

      So you can check which processor is supported by which version of Debian. Might be that CoffeLake will be supported by Debian 10.

      forums.debian.net/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=133348

      Probably better to check which processors are already used for Debian 8 and OMV3.
      Is there a reason why you are looking for the latest processor? You could gain you some bucks by using somewhat older processors.
      It's mostly because the new i3 is 4 core and is pretty cheap (should be around 120$).
      At the moment I'm using an AMD Athlon II X2 and sometimes it's a bit laggy so I was planning to buy something better.
      I also have an i5 750 (haswell) that I don't use but I don't know if it's so much better than the AMD I'm using.
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