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Use Your Rasberry PI to make an inexpensive NAS! [Project]
posted October 14 2014 12:28.07 by Giorgos Lazaridis

I got myself a NAS drive and solved the ever increasing storage and sharing problem of my files on my network and through a cloud, with RAID mirror. But if you only want a simple and inexpensive NAS solution, here is a video from Tinkernut explaining how to make one with the Rasberry PI.

Follow this link for the complete documentation and downloads.

[Link: Tinkernut]

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