> So, I thought I'd use a mini ATX case, with enough space for two
> drives. Then grab a couple of USB to IDE adaptors.
You don't need them, you already have 2 USB-HDs....
> I have one righthttp://xtronics.com/reference/atx_pinout.htm
> now to test from. The only thing missing is to modify the power
> adapter for the NSLU2 to run off the ATX power supply.
Connect the green to any of the black wires. The PSU will power up,
providing everything from -12 to +12V. The NSLU2 needs 5V, so it gets
connected to a red and a black cable. Black is 0V, red is 5V, don't
> I am NOT very experienced in electrical work. I've done some very
> basic work like extending molex connectors.
If you know that 220V is deadly, don't reverse - and + ... it should go
> I figure I'll need to get the power specs from Linksys' site and the
> specs for the ATX power supply I'd be using.
All ATX-PSU have enough power the slug. Even a old 100W one will run just