Building An Exacq Linux VMS Server

I was looking to build a linux based exacq server as a lower cost option for customers. I've used embedded NVRs in the past with good results, but I find exacq much more user friendly. Goal was to get the server at a comparable price as the embedded to help alleviate customer tech questions.

Installing ubuntu and exacq was easy enough, but mounting the second drive (that I was using for video storage) was not. I got the drive mounted so that the OS could see it, but could not get the exacq software to recognize. I looked through the knowledge base and found a single PDF for mounting drives, but it left a lot to be desired.

Has anyone run into this before? I ended up just buying a copy of Windows to get it operational, but I'm curious if anyone has completed such an install and had more positive results with building a linux server.

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