Greetings folks, Some 'strategic' advice please... For the past three years I've been running openmediavault on my N40L. It has served me well (pun intended) however I'd like to incorporate cloud access to my files and other cool stuff (as much for learning as for function). OMV relies on plugins to add these extra functions, such as dlna media streaming, print serving, tormenting, etc. All the plugins work nicely and are simple to install and administer. Which is kinda my problem. They're limited and I'd like to learn and engage more. I am very familiar with Synology, QNAP, etc and don't want to go down these routes as they're even more prescriptive and 'hands off'. Instead I have a notion to install Ubuntu server (or similar) on my N40L and really learn how to get under the bonnet. My question is, I guess, will this still allow me to serve music to my Linn HiFi, films to my Openelec Rpi2, pictured to my telly, torrents, etc, etc, etc. in a robust, straightforward and reliable way. And will I then be able to access my media remotely with something like OwnCloud or whatever? And will this scratch my itch with regards having more control and more choice and more education/engagement with the whole process? Any advice or thoughts most welcome! Many thanks in advance. Cleggy.