First off sorry if this is in the wrong forum but I couldn't see anything else particularly relavant. I'm looking at setting up a Linux box to act as a fileserver for two Macs (both running 10.4.8) and a PC running XP. The chances are it will be running CentOS 4 and will share via NFS. First question, I would like to use the Linux box to store all my MP3s, Videos and any other media related file on so that it clears a bit of space on my hard drive. Does anyone have any suggestions for setting this up? Or would it work if I just set the NFS share to automount on the Mac and have iTunes use that as its music libary? Next question, does anyone have any other recommendations for Linux distribution at all? I'm half thinking about FreeBSD but have very little experiance using that (a downfall as I will be administering the machine via SSH), so I guess a Red Hat based distro would be prefered although I'm not closed off to the idea of Debian. Thanks for the help, I'm sure I'll think of something else later knowing my luck .