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Neighbor died of cancer and his wife told me she’s gonna throw out all computer equipment I won’t take for myself. RIP Klaus. I’ll take care of your 8TB equipment

Neighbor died of cancer and his wife told me she’s gonna throw out all computer equipment I won’t take for myself. RIP Klaus. I’ll take care of your 8TB equipment

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  1. Don’t forget to use Klaus as one of the hostnames for the equipment.

    Let his name live on as well.

  2. I hope you give her fair compensation for the things. She is nice to give it away but don’t take advantage of that in her grief. Tell her roughly how much the used parts would go for and give her that. Small acts of kindness goes a long way in these situations.

    Oh, and clean out his browser history.

  3. RIP Klaus. I gave the 1101st upvote to this post. Which is a holy number in my religion.

  4. I wish I had neighbors like this, all I ever hear is “get out of my bathroom Carl” and “why are you masturbating in my shed Steve” they still haven’t learned my name. Greg is not that complicated.

  5. The torch has been passed onto you. As a true Datahoarder it is your duty to preserve anything of value on those hard drives until the day comes where you may have to pass the torch to someone else.

    Rest in peace Klaus!

    ​

    Edit: For anyone that wants to be prepared -> [https://www.deadmansswitch.net/](https://www.deadmansswitch.net/)

  6. I guess now you’ll know exactly what kind of porn Klaus liked, if you decide to look.

    RIP Klaus. Hope they have kinky midget porn in heaven too.

    More seriously though, good going making sure the wife had the pics and stuff though.

  7. PSA: if you don’t use an estate lawyer for a will (that will give you something similar to the book in step 3 below) and an executor of your estate, then:

    1. Use a password manager such as LastPass, 1Password, Bitwarden, etc. which have deadman switches for family.
    2. Rent a safety deposit box. Whatever the yearly cost is (e.g. $100) leave it on auto-debit of a savings account with at least a few years worth of rent. I tend to keep 5 years worth of rent in a savings account dedicated to paying for my safety deposit box.
    3. Put the names of your recipients on it in the event that you’re dead (most banks support this, and will require a death certificate to drill the box and pass the contents to your recipients.
    4. Fill out an “[I’m dead, now what?](https://www.amazon.com/dp/1441317996/)” book and print-outs of your passwords and 2FA so that if all else fails, people can recover from paper.
    5. Lock it in the safety deposit box.
    6. Notify all recipients that if anything ever happens, go to the bank together to get the contents.

  8. For sake of dignity please walk through content with her ensuring there’s no digital heritage she or his family would appreciate before being nuked and turned into Linux ISO storage.

  9. Will you wipe the data or Snoop around for anything interesting?

  10. If you find poor Klaus’s porn collection, don’t look at it. Just delete that folder and move on.

  11. I hope when I die my stuff goes to someone who appreciates it.

  12. I hope you keep a backup of his data in case the wife loses it since he had it in triplicate.

    F for one of our fallen.

  13. So that’s what will happen when a data hoarder dies. Neighbor come in hit up on your wife and take my nas away.

  14. Clear his browser history… One last time.

  15. Are you at all temped to run recuva? I’m not suggestibg you should, that would be highly unethical and a disgusting invasion of privacy. But hard drives less than 0.1% full really makes me wonder.

  16. Always a good reminder for us to have plans for when we pass. Instructions for spouse, kids, friends to help migrate or maintain things.

  17. Sheesh, RIP bro.

    When I’m gone, though, do NOT simply pass my drives off to someone else. Drill the disks, melt down the fragments.

  18. Did you find an envelope with the words “delete my browser history” written on it?

    My condolences.

  19. Damn that sucks. If there’s any family pictures or documents on there make sure she gets them

    edit: just read the follow up, good work man

  20. this brings me sadness and joy at the same time.

    i really hope when i die someone wants to take all my hardware and USe it and apreciate it instead of All my effort and work just going to a landfill.

  21. [edit] since many of you asked: I wrote an in-depth guide how I set the thing up headless with USB booting and docker: [https://blog.haschek.at/2020/the-perfect-file-server.html](https://blog.haschek.at/2020/the-perfect-file-server.html)

    So my neighbor died of lung cancer last sunday and his wife asked me if I could help “clear out his computer junk” and told me I could keep anything I wanted she just wants to have her laptop and internet.

    Most PCs he had were 10+ years old but he had a thing for modern(ish) backups.

    Turned out Klaus was a small data hoarder, he had multiple USB and NAS disks that had triple redundant backups (some even quadruple). Most disks were only used 1%, so I saved all this pictures and documents and will give them back to his wife.

    ​

    * Synology DS15J
    * HP Data Vault x312
    * a few loose HDDs
    * A 500gb Samsung 850 EVO SSD
    * All in all ~ 8 TB of storage space

    Already modified the Data Vault to run Alpine Linux from a Ramdisk (USB drive, as I do on my file servers), mdadm RAID 5 with LUKS encryption on top. It’s a slow Atom d510 but it can handle the disk encryption pretty well.

    Not sure what I’m doing with the Synology yet though

  22. R.I.P., he’s in the big data center in the sky. ?