This is fantastic. Loved seeing your setup. I just paid you for 1 drive....makes me want a few more
When you get mine, feel free to clone it as many times as you want
HOW TO CLONE
I'll send you a bootable Knoppix CD so you aren't booting from the drive. Ordinarily you can't clone your boot drive. If you try, you'll almost certainly end up with a corrupted copy.
Hook 2 hard drives up to your machine, your source and destination drives. One will be /dev/sda and one will be /dev/sdb. The target drive must be exactly the same size, or larger than the source drive.
Boot from the Knoppix CD. Find out which is the drive you want to clone by browsing for files. Be careful, because if you're wrong, you'll destroy your original, by cloning your blank drive over top of it. Typically, /dev/sda is going to be the one with the lower port number on your motherboard (e.g. SATA1 vs SATA2 etc). But be sure by actually looking at the contents.
Open a terminal window, type: su (press enter) then, cp /dev/sda /dev/sdb
This assumes you're copying from sda to sdb, obviously adjust it if that's not right.
It will be eerily silent. Wait until you get a command prompt again. It could take up to 1 minute per GB.
You can do multiple drives on the same machine...the more drives you plug in, they'll be /dev/sdc, /dev/sdd... you can open new terminal windows and launch multiple copy jobs at the same time.
Your drive is sda, not the sda1,sda2 you'll see while browsing it. Do not include the number. The number is the partition number... by omitting the number, you are copying all partitions. If you include the number, it won't work.