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how to build a Raspberry Pi NAS (it’s AWESOME!!)

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Don’t get HACKED!! Protect yourself with Bitdefender: 🤍 (try Bitdefender for FREE for 120 days) 🔎🔎Project walkthrough and Links: 🤍 (affiliate links below) WHAT YOU NEED - Raspberry Pi 4 Kit: 🤍 External USB Hard Drive: 🤍 optional EXTREMELY nerdy Geekwork NAS case: -Case: 🤍 -Cooling Expansion Board: 🤍 -SATA expansion board: 🤍 -Power Adapter: 🤍 -Internal SSD: 🤍 🔥🔥Join the NetworkChuck membership: 🤍 Sponsored by BitDefender SUPPORT NETWORKCHUCK - ➡️NetworkChuck membership: 🤍 ☕☕ COFFEE and MERCH: 🤍 Check out my new channel: 🤍 🆘🆘NEED HELP?? Join the Discord Server: 🤍 STUDY WITH ME on Twitch: 🤍 READY TO LEARN?? - -Learn Python: 🤍 -Get your CCNA: 🤍 FOLLOW ME EVERYWHERE - Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Join the Discord server: 🤍 0:00 ⏩ Intro 1:05 ⏩ what do you need? 2:25 ⏩ prep the Raspberry Pi 3:05 ⏩ setup HACK - Raspberry Pi Imager 4:13 ⏩ access your Raspberry Pi via SSH 5:02 ⏩ Update your Raspberry Pi OS 5:38 ⏩ Install OpenMediaVault (NAS software) 9:02 ⏩ Basic Config - OpenMediaVault 9:33 ⏩ Add a USB Hard Drive - OpenMediaVault 10:32 ⏩ Create a shared folder - OpenMediaVault 11:58 ⏩ Configuring NFS and SMB shares - OpenMediaVault 12:39 ⏩ Enabling NFS or SMB 13:31 ⏩ NFS Troubleshooting - OpenMediaVault 15:39 ⏩ Access your NAS via Windows (Network Share) 17:42 ⏩ Install Plex Media Server AFFILIATES & REFERRALS - (GEAR I USE...STUFF I RECOMMEND) My network gear: 🤍 Amazon Affiliate Store: 🤍 Buy a Raspberry Pi: 🤍 #raspberrypi #openmediavault #raspberrypiNAS

Raspberry Pi NAS vs. Asustor Drivestor 4, Is It Better to Buy or DIY?

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In this video, I'll be comparing the pre-built Asustor Drivestor 4 with a Raspberry Pi NAS that I build myself to find out which is the better option for you. Is it better to buy a pre-built solution or build your own using components that you choose? ADDITIONAL INFORMATION - Take a look at Asustor's Amazon store to get your own Drivestor 4 or Drivestor 4 Pro - 🤍 Visit my blog for the written comparison - 🤍 Visit my build guide if you'd like to build your own Raspberry Pi NAS or to download the CAD files - 🤍 PURCHASE LINKS - Asustor Drivestor 4 NAS Drivestor 4 – 🤍 Or Drivestor 4 Pro - 🤍 4 x 6TB Seagate Ironwolf NAS Drives – 🤍 Raspberry Pi NAS Raspberry Pi 4B - 🤍 2 x 6TB Seagate Ironwolf NAS Drives – 🤍 2 x USB 3.0 to SATA Adaptors - 🤍 32GB MicroSD Card - 🤍 5V Raspberry Pi Power Supply - 🤍 12V 5A Power Supply - 🤍 12V Barrel Jack Splitter - 🤍 60mm Fan - 🤍 Aluminium Heatsink - 🤍 0.96” I2C OLED Display - 🤍 4 Wire Jumper Cable - 🤍 3mm Tinted Acrylic Sheets - 🤍 M3 Screw Set - 🤍 M2.5 Screw Set - 🤍 M2.5 x 6mm Brass Standoffs - 🤍 M2 Screw Set - 🤍 #6-32 UNC Screws - 🤍 Equipment Used Gweike Cloud Laser Cutter – 🤍 Get $200 off the Gweike Cloud Laser by entering MK200 on checkout QNAP Q5W 2.5G Switch – 🤍 2.5G Ethernet Adaptor - 🤍 USB C Screwdriver Set – 🤍 Power Meter – 🤍 Some of the above parts are affiliate links. By purchasing products through the above links, you’ll be supporting this channel, at no additional cost to you. CHAPTERS - 0:00 Intro 0:46 Asustor Drivestor 4 2:57 Raspberry Pi NAS 4:24 Building The Pi NAS 7:25 Installing OMV 8:35 Testing The Pi NAS 9:56 Assembling The Drivestor 4 11:46 Setting Up The Drivestor 4 12:55 Testing The Drivestor 4 14:55 The Verdict 16:55 Final Thoughts If you've got any ideas for Raspberry Pi, Arduino, or other Electronics projects or tutorials you'd like to see, let me know in the comments section.

Building the best Raspberry Pi NAS - Wiretrustee SATA

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I've built a few Raspberry Pi NASes in my day, but none were *this* nice. The Wiretrustee SATA is listed on Crowd Supply and will allow you to plug in a Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 and up to four SATA hard drives or SSDs to build your own gigabit NAS. UPDATE: I just heard Wiretrustee is postponing production of this board for now due to component shortages and huge price spikes for some of the most important parts :( They still have an open source repository (🤍 with designs for some of the parts like the enclosure and heatsink, and I'm really hoping they'll be able to get production up and running soon, because this is such a neat board! Support me on Patreon: 🤍 Sponsor me on GitHub: 🤍 Mentioned in this video: - Wiretrustee SATA on Crowd Supply: 🤍 - How to enable USB 2.0 ports on CM4: 🤍 - How to recompile the kernel with SATA support: 🤍 - 2.5 Gbps Pi Open Media Vault NAS build: 🤍 Other products I used or mentioned: - ASUSTOR Lockerstor 4 (the NAS I use): 🤍 - Samsung 870 QVO SATA III 2.5" 8TB SSD: 🤍 - WD Green 2TB Hard Drive: 🤍 #RaspberryPi #NAS #Wiretrustee

Raspberry Pi 4 OpenMediaVault NAS

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Raspberry Pi 4 OMV NAS tutorial, including hardware selection, software installation and configuration. This video explains all you need to know to start using a Pi 4 or any other Raspberry Pi for sharing files across a local area network (LAN) using OpenMediaVault. PLEASE NOTE THAT since this video was made the process for installing OpenMediaVault on a Pi (or other SBC) has changed, and the software has also been significantly updated (twice!). So I have a video setting up the latest version, OpenMediaVault 6, on a Pi here: 🤍 The Balena Etcher download page is here: 🤍 The CrystalDiskMark download page is here: 🤍 The USB 3.0 to SATA adapter I use in the video is on Amazon.com here 🤍 and on Amazon.co.uk here: 🤍 (affiliate links). More videos on SBCs and computing more generally can be found on the ExplainingComputers channel: 🤍 You may also like my other channel, ExplainingTheFuture, at: 🤍 #RaspberryPi #OpenMediaVault #OMV #ExplainingComputers

Full Setup Quad Sata Hat for Raspberry Pi 4 NAS Review

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Full setup for raspberry pi 4 quad sata hat. in this video we will be installing the base system raspbian lite, then installing OMV (open media vault). Quad Sata parts breakdown ► 0:57 Quad sata assembly ► 3:04 Base OS & Driver Install ► 4:36 OMV install ► 9:15 Conclusion ► 14:49 ○○○ LINKS ○○○ Pandemic Playground ► 🤍  Quad Sata Hat ► 🤍 Quad Sata Kit ► 🤍 Quad Sata Setup ► 🤍 Open Media Vault ► 🤍 raspberry pi 4 ► 🤍  ○○○ SHOP ○○○ Novaspirit Shop ► 🤍 Amazon Store ► 🤍 ○○○ SUPPORT ○○○ patreon ► 🤍 ○○○ SOCIAL ○○○ novaspirit tv ► 🤍 twitter ► 🤍 discord chat ► 🤍 FB Group Novaspirit ► 🤍 ○○○ Send Me Stuff ○○○ Don Hui PO BOX 765 Farmingville, NY 11738 ○○○ Music ○○○ From Epidemic Sounds patreon 🤍 🤍 Tweet me: 🤍 🤍 facebook: 🤍 🤍 Instagram 🤍 🤍 DISCLAIMER: This video and description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission.

Argon 40 EON First Look! A Raspberry Pi 4 Powered 4 Bay NAS

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In this video we take a look at and test out the all-new Argon 40 EON, Its 4 Bay Was powered by a Raspberry Pi 4 in an Awesome looking Cyberpunk style aircraft aluminum case! With a built-in OLED display and Cooling fan, this Pi4 NAS is pretty cool! Learn More Here: 🤍 Install Openmedia Vault: 🤍 Learn More Here: 🤍 Follow Me On Twitter: 🤍 Follow Me On Instagram: 🤍 Equipment I Use: Screen Capture Device: 🤍 Tool Kit: 🤍 Soldering Station: 🤍 Camera: 🤍 Tripod: 🤍 Raspberry Pi 4: 🤍 Flirc Case: 🤍 DISCLAIMER: This video and description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission at no extra cost to you! This video and Channel and Video are for viewers 14 years older and up. This video is not made for viewers under the age of 14. Want to send me something? ETAPRIME 12520 Capital Blvd Ste 401 Number 108 Wake Forest, NC 27587 US THIS VIDEO IS FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY! #RaspberryPi #Pi4 #ARGON40 #etaprime DISCLAIMER: Under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education, and research. No Games Or Applications Are Included Or Added On Or To Any Device In This Video

Raspberry Pi NAS + Backup + Smartphone Compatibility | Raspberry Pi 4 2022 Tutorial

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How to install a Raspberry Pi NAS + rsync Backup + Smartphone Compatibility! Build a Raspberry Pi Samba Server | Raspberry Pi 4 2022 Tutorial Works with the Raspberry Pi 2/3/4. 🔥 Become a member and support my channel: 🤍 ⏱️⏱️VIDEO CHAPTERS⏱️⏱️ 00:00 - Intro 00:11 - Equipment List/Build 02:19 - Raspberry Pi Imager 03:10 - Formatting HDDs 03:27 - Getting the IP-Address 03:54 - Putty/SSH 04:22 - Raspi Config Setup 04:49 - Installing the NAS 07:33 - Adding the NAS to Windows 08:08 - Installing rsync/Backup Option 10:46 - Connecting your Smartphone 11:50 - Outro SHOPPING LIST = Raspberry Pi 3: 🤍 Raspberry Pi 4: 🤍 Raspberry Pi Case: 🤍 SanDisk Ultra 32GB micro SD Card: 🤍 USB 3.0 to Micro SD Card Reader: 🤍 NAS HDD: 🤍 Portable HDD: 🤍 Charging Cable for Raspberry Pi: 🤍 USB 3.0 Hub: 🤍 USB 3.0 to SATA Hard Drive Adapter: 🤍 WEBSITES/LINKS = Download Code in Text File: 🤍 What does 2& greater than 1 mean: 🤍 Raspberry Pi Imager: 🤍 Putty: 🤍 Advanced IP-Scanner: 🤍 SOCIAL = 💬 - Discord: 🤍 📸 - Insta: 🤍 🐦 - Twitter: 🤍 #pi4 #raspberrypi #nas #raspberrypios Music provided by NCS 🎶 Raspi OS, Raspberry Pi OS, Pi OS, Raspberry Pi 4, Raspberry Pi 3, Raspberry Pi OS on micro SD Card, Raspberry Pi OS, Raspi NAS, Raspberry Pi NAS, NAS, Samba Server, Raspberry Pi Samba Server, Raid, Backup, rsync, smartphone nas

Raspberry Pi OMV 6 NAS

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OpenMediaVault 6 network attached storage (NAS) software installed and configured on a Raspberry Pi 4, with a drive then mapped on a Windows PC. The OpenMediaVault website is here: 🤍 And the install instructions page I showed in the video is here: 🤍 However, the install process I demonstrated in the video, and which I believe is easier for beginners, is to: Download Raspberry Pi Imager from here: 🤍 User the imager to write Raspberry Pi OS Lite to a microSD card. Boot the Pi with a monitor and keyboard attached, and execute the commands: sudo apt update sudo apt upgrade -y sudo reboot wget -O - 🤍 | sudo bash The above should be all that is required on a Raspberry Pi 4. But on a Raspberry Pi 3A or 3B, before the wget command, first execute: sudo rm -f /etc/systemd/network/99-default.link More videos on SBCs and wider computing and related topics can be found at 🤍 You may also like my ExplainingTheFuture channel at: 🤍 Chapters: 00:00 Introduction 00:46 Hardware 02:27 Installation 09:31 Configuration 15:43 Mapping 17:13 Wrap #OMV6 #RaspberryPi #OpenMediaVault #ExplainingComputers

Hoe maak je een NAS met een Raspberry Pi en OpenMediaVault - deel 1

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We zijn op zoek naar nieuwe docenten! Wil jij ons leuk team komen versterken? Bekijk de vacature: 🤍 In deze driedelige tutorial leggen we uit hoe je een Network Attached Storage device (NAS) kunt maken met een Raspberry Pi en het programma Open Media Vault. Een NAS is een soort externe harde schijf voor je netwerk en je kunt met meerdere computers of devices binnen je huisnetwerk toegang krijgen tot de NAS, zodat je daar centraal je foto's, films, muziek, en allerlei andere bestanden kunt opslaan. In het eerste deel beginnen we met de hardware, en het installeren van Raspberry Pi OS Lite. Open Media Vault: 🤍 Leer 4 weken lang gratis onder begeleiding van een docent programmeren: 🤍 Bekijk onze opleidingen: 🤍 Leer gelijkgestemden kennen en stel jouw vragen aan onze docenten in onze community: 🤍 Volg ons op LinkedIn: 🤍 CodeCafé is een community die zoveel mogelijk mensen wil enthousiasmeren en inspireren om te leren programmeren. Wij geloven enorm in de Creator Economy waarbij mensen hun vaardigheden en passie gebruiken om extra inkomen te genereren. Daarom resulteren alle opleidingen in het maken van toffe producten. Onze Nederlandstalige opleidingen zijn een unieke combinatie van live online lessen, opgenomen lessen en praktijkopdrachten. De CodeCafé methodiek zorgt voor flexibiliteit waardoor jij grotendeels zelf kunt bepalen wanneer en waar jij met de lesstof aan de gang gaat. Music: "Synthwave" by Ryan Andersen From Free Music Archive CC BY-NC 4.0 RoccoW - Weeklybeats 2014 #4 - All Will Be Well licensed under a Attribution-ShareAlike License Neonscapes by | e s c p | 🤍 Music promoted by 🤍 Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) 🤍

Argon EON -štvoršachový NAS server využívajúci Raspberry Pi 4

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NAS Argon EON má 4 SATA porty umožňujúce vloženie dvoch 3,5" HDD a dvoch 2,5" SSD. Max. kapacita každého z diskov je 10 TB, spolu teda 40 TB. V zapínacom tlačidle je integrovaný OLED displej. Doska Raspberry Pi 4 nie je súčasťou balenia. K dispozícii máte tiež dva HDMI sloty, 3 x USB a 40 pinovú Raspberry zbernicu, takže Argon EON môžete využiť nielen s vhodným NAS softvérom, napríklad OpenMediaVault ale má aj univerzálne využitie ako počítač s RPi 4 a veľkou úložnou kapacitou.

Argon EON PI NAS - Unboxing, Building, Setup - Almost my favorite Raspberry Pi accessory

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I finally received my Argon EON Raspberry Pi NAS that I backed on Kickstarter more than 4 months ago. It's from the same makers of my favorite Raspberry Pi case, the Argon ONE, so I assumed it would be solid. Argon EON Kickstarter - 🤍 Argon ONE Case - 🤍 Seagate HDD - 🤍 Samsung SDD - 🤍 (🤍 RAID Guide - 🤍 OMV First Impressions - 🤍 OMV on Pi - 🤍 - 🛒 Amazon Shop - 🤍 👕 Merch - 🤍 - 🔥 Check out this week's BEST DEALS in PC Gaming from Best Buy: 🤍 💰 Premium storage solutions from Samsung: 🤍 ⚡ Keep your devices powered up with charging solutions from Anker: 🤍 - Become a Channel Member! 🤍 Support the channel on: Patreon - 🤍 Discord - 🤍 Paypal - 🤍 Affiliate Links: Ryzen 9 5950x - 🤍 Samsung 980 2TB - 🤍 Logitech G513 - 🤍 Logitech G703 - 🤍 WD Ultrastar 12TB - 🤍 My Studio Equipment: Sony FX3 - 🤍 Sony 24mm 1.4 GM - 🤍 Tascam DR-40x Audio Recorder - 🤍 Rode NTG4+ Mic - 🤍 Atmos NinjaV - 🤍 Godox SL150 Light - 🤍 Join the Discord: 🤍 🤍 - 0:00 Intro 0:28 What is it? 3:12 Building in it 9:56 Setup 11:30 OMV 16:16 Testing 19:25 Conclusion

NAS: DIY or BUY [2022] Argon Eon (RaspberryPi4) vs Synology DS418

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📈💳 Five years ago the answer would be much simpler. In 2022, however, the landscape has changed and the answer to this question can surprise you. Should you make your own Raspberry Pi based NAS or buy an off-the-shelf solution? 🔗 Extra info: 🤍 🔗Argon Eon review: 🤍 🔗Synology DS418 review: 🤍 🛒 Argon Eon: 🤍 🛒 Synology DS418: 🤍 🛒 SSD: 🤍 🛒 HDD: 🤍 = Table of Contents: = 00:00 - Intro 00:30 - Raspberry Pi NAS five years ago 01:20 - Building NAS in 2022 02:55 - The cost of NAS in 2022 05:45 - Which hardware wins 09:35 - building NAS from old laptops and PC parts 11:40 - what about the looks? 12:45 - OVM vs Synology OS 16:15 - Performance of RaspberryPi 4-based NAS vs Sunology DS418 19:40 - Should you buy or should you DIY? = Social Media & Business Contact: = 2nd YT channel:🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Reddit: 🤍 Business Contact: 🤍 = Patreon & PayPal: = If you wish to support the channel monetarily, check the options here: 🤍 Created thanks to the support of the Patrons: oolara, Alan C A, Arya, Dane M, Daniel, G, David G, David M, DoomedSardines, Herik A, Jack C, Leroxy, Natasha W, Nis L, Noodle, Sandra I, Tony L, Art, Enric, Faith E With extra support in September from: Frederik T, = Gear Used to Make This Video: = Camera: 🤍 Secondary Camera: 🤍 Microphone: 🤍 Secondary Mic: 🤍 B-Roll kit: Slider, Pan & Tilt: 🤍 DSLR Gimbal: 🤍 Action, Vlog Kit: Phone: 🤍 360 Camera: 🤍 Action Camera: 🤍 Mobile Gimbal: 🤍 Drone: 🤍 Sound Recorder: 🤍 Streaming Kit: Webcam: 🤍 Microphone: 🤍 HDMI capture card: 🤍 = Music: = Hip Jazz by Benjamin Tissot - 🤍bensound.com Product affiliation, sponsorships and affiliate links More information: 🤍 Transparency Legend: 💳 – I paid for the item with my own money 🆓 – I was interested in the item, received free of charge 📈 – I used links that bring me affiliate payments 💵 – content commissioned, I retain 100% creative and critical control 💰 – ad/ sponsored content possibly vetted by the sponsor = #Synology DS418 #Raspberrypi4 #NAS

Das eigene Netflix: Plex auf dem NAS | Raspberry-Pi-4-Tutorial

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So baut ihr euch einen Raspberry-Pi-4-Homeserver mit Plex und OpenMediaVault 🤓. ► Einkaufsliste: Offizielles Raspberry-Pi-4-Netzteil: 🤍 Netzwerkkabel: 🤍 MicroSD-Karte (128 GB): 🤍 USB-Festplatte mit 5 TB: 🤍 Wo gibt es gerade einen Raspberry Pi 4: 🤍 ► Alle Befehle zum copy/pasten (* in ht*ps durch t ersetzen): - SSH auf den Raspi: ssh Eure IP-Adresse -l Euer Benutzername - Open Media Vault installieren: -sudo wget -O - ht*ps://github.com/OpenMediaVault-Plugin-Developers/installScript/raw/master/install | sudo bash - Plex installieren: sudo apt install apt-transport-https wget ht*ps://downloads.plex.tv/plex-keys/PlexSign.key sudo apt-key add PlexSign.key echo 'deb ht*ps://downloads.plex.tv/repo/deb public main' | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/plexmediaserver.list sudo apt update sudo apt install plexmediaserver = Anzeige / Sponsorenhinweis = Immun gegen Cyber-Viren: NordVPN hat die Lösung! 🤍 - Sichere dir einen großen Rabatt auf 2 Jahre starke NordVPN-Sicherheit und erhalte die Bedrohungsschutz-Funktion GRATIS obendrauf – das Top-Feature blockiert Viren, Werbung, Tracker und mehr. = Anzeige / Sponsorenhinweis Ende = ► Kapitelmarker 0:00 Intro 1:10 Werbung: NordVPN 1:55 Warum Plex so praktisch ist 6:40 Jellyfin ganz kurz angerissen 7:04 OpenMediaVault + Festplatten 8:32 Warnung! 10:55 Hardware-Einkaufsliste 11:36 Tutorial: OpenMediaVault installieren 18:08 Tutorial: Plex installieren ► c't Magazin: 🤍 ► c't auf Twitter: 🤍 ► c't auf Instagram: 🤍 ► und TOTAL CRAZY auf Papier! Überall wo es Zeitschriften gibt! ► Mail schreiben: 3003🤍ct.de ► Adresse: c't Magazin / z. Hd. Jan-Keno Janssen / Karl-Wiechert-Allee 10 / 30625 Hannover ► Keno auf Twitter: 🤍 ► Keno auf Mastodon: 🤍 ► Keno auf Instagram: 🤍 ► Credits: Konzept & Redaktion: Jan-Keno Janssen Schnitt: Pascal Schewe, Jan-Keno Janssen ► Kenos Bild- und Tontechnik: Hauptkamera 🤍 Detailkamera 🤍 Licht fürs Gesicht 🤍 Licht für Dinge 🤍 Schwanenhals 🤍 ► Affiliate-Links! c't 3003 ist Mitglied im Partnerprogramm von Amazon. Die Links sind Affiliate-Links, der Kaufpreis ändert sich dadurch für euch nicht. #plex #openmediavault #raspberrypi

Raspberry Pi 4 NAS | Build DLNA Server from Raspberry Pi 4 | OpenMediaVault | Nico Knows Tech

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🛒Raspberry Pi 4 (Kit): 🤍 🛒Seagate 5TB USB HDD: 🤍 🛒 Anker USB SD Card Reader: 🤍 💢 Raspberry Pi OS Imager: 🤍 💢OpenMediaVault: 🤍 👉 AngryIP Scanner: 🤍 Hope you guys enjoy this! 👉 Listen on Spotify: 🤍 👉 If you enjoy this video, please like and share it. 👉 Don't forget to subscribe to this channel for more updates. 👉 Subscribe now: 🤍 💢 Business Inquiries: garrettgateway🤍protonmail.com About Raspberry Pi Kit Raspberry Pi 4 NAS | Build DLNA Server from Raspberry Pi 4 | Nico Knows Tech RPI 4GB RAM Motherboard: New SOC Broadcom BCM2711, 1.5GHz quad-core ARM Cortex-A72 CPU. Dual band 802.11b/g/n/ac WiFi (2.4/5.0 GHz) and BT 5.0 module for quick wireless networking with less interference and better reception.32GB Class 10 SD Card: Preloaded with Raspberry Pi OS (Raspbian), can be easily booted with Raspbian for Raspberry Pi even for beginners. Equipped with an SD card reader which is compatible with USB-A & USB-C, easy connection of microSD to the computer.High Performance Capacity: 2 × USB 3. 0 ports, 2 x USB 2. 0 ports and 2 × micro HDMI ports, Capable of supporting HEVC 4K streams at 60 fps and managing 2 screens in 4K.Powerful Cooling System: Equipped with 1 mini heatsink fan and 3 copper heat sinks can offer your Raspberry Pi 4 impeccable heat dissipation and prevent system failure. Uniquely designed premium Case can offer enough space for fan and gap to dissipate heat.Professional Power Supply with On/Off Switch: 1.5M/5 feet 5V 3A USB-C power supply with noise filter and On/Off switch, specially designed and tested for Raspberry Pi 4 (UL Listed) low-loss power transfer, thick and durable. About Open Media Vault What is openmediavault?openmediavault is the next generation network attached storage (NAS) solution based on Debian Linux. It contains services like SSH, (S)FTP, SMB/CIFS, DAAP media server, RSync, BitTorrent client and many more. Thanks to the modular design of the framework it can be enhanced via plugins.openmediavault is primarily designed to be used in small offices or home offices, but is not limited to those scenarios. It is a simple and easy to use out-of-the-box solution that will allow everyone to install and administrate a Network Attached Storage without deeper knowledge. 💢 Nico's Amazon Storefront: 🤍 📍 Displayer Driver Uninstaller👉: 🤍 📍 NVCleanInstall👉: 🤍 📍Download O&O Shutup10: 🤍 📍 Download Autoruns👉: 🤍 📍 Download Process Hacker👉: 🤍 📍 Get ESET Internet Security👉: 🤍 💢 Follow us on social media: 💻 Instagram: 🤍 💻 Twitter: 🤍 👉Tron Script Tutorial:🤍 👉Download Tron Script: 🤍 ▶️ Join my Discord: 🤍 ▶️ Support me on Patreon: 🤍 ▶️ Frequently Asked Questions: 🤍 💢 Watch our other Videos: 🎬 How To Stop Windows 10 From Spying 2021: 👉 🤍 🎬 switching to Linux Mint 2021: 👉 🤍 🎬 Virus Removal Tutorial: 👉 🤍 🎬 How I Reached 10,000 Subs In A Few Months! With 🤍itsadnanbd : 👉 🤍 - Raspberry Pi 4 NAS | Build DLNA Server from Raspberry Pi 4 | OpenMediaVault | Nico Knows Tech #raspberrypi #openmediavault #server #NicoKnowsTech Thank you for watching this video, click the "SUBSCRIBE" button to stay connected with this channel. Subscription Link👉: 🤍

Pi Hosted : Building NAS with Container

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Building a NAS by installing a samba container. ○○○ LINKS ○○○ Raspberry pi 4 ► 🤍 git pi-hosted ► 🤍 ○○○ SHOP ○○○ Novaspirit Shop ► 🤍 Amazon Store ► 🤍 ○○○ SUPPORT ○○○ 💗 Patreon ► 🤍 ○○○ SOCIAL ○○○ 🎮 Twitch ► 🤍 🎮 Pandemic Playground ► 🤍 ▶️ novaspirit tv ► 🤍 🎮 Novaspirit Gaming ► 🤍 🐤 Twitter ► 🤍 👾 Discord chat ► 🤍 FB Group Novaspirit ► 🤍 ○○○ Send Me Stuff ○○○ Don Hui PO BOX 765 Farmingville, NY 11738 ○○○ Music ○○○ From Epidemic Sounds patreon 🤍 🤍 Tweet me: 🤍 🤍 facebook: 🤍 🤍 Instagram 🤍 🤍 DISCLAIMER: This video and description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission.

Build a Raspberry Pi NAS with 4 Hard Drives and RAID

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Get 96% off our Raspberry Pi Mastery Course Bundle: 🤍 The Raspberry Pi 4 has great I/O performance with USB 3.0 and Gigabit Ethernet. That makes it ideal for a Do-It-Yourself NAS (Network Attached Storage). If you connect 1, 2 or even 4 hard drives, what kind of read/write performance will you get? What levels of RAID should you use? Let's find out. If also need a step by step guide to building a NAS with a Raspberry Pi, then I have a video about that as well: 🤍 RAID Levels: 🤍 Megabits per second (Mb/s) vs Megabytes per second (MB/s): 🤍 Introduction to Android app development: 🤍 Let Me Explain T-shirt: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 #garyexplains Affiliate Disclosure: When you buy through links in our description Gary Explains may earn an affiliate commission.

RASPBERRY Pi 4 - How To Build POWERFUL NAS | ULTIMATE Raspberry Pi 4 NAS Server Setup 2020

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Do you have Raspberry Pi 4 ? Then, convert your Raspberry Pi 4 in to NAS Server (Mini Cloud ) To Share your data across your home network. Raspberry PI 4 is one of the fastest computer architecture ever From raspberry foundation. Raspberry Pi 4 is a credit card sized computer that can be used for your personal computing. It has the fastest ARM Cortex A-72 Quad Core Processor, 4 GB of Ram, all new Giga Bit ethernet port, Type C USB port For power supply & more. Raspberry PI 4 can be used for different projects. You can build Robotic instruments, Media Server, Air Server & most importantly !!!!!! #RaspberryPi #Nas #PiNas Check our Website - 🤍 Buy Raspberry Pi 4 With 2% Off - 🤍 Buy Raspberry Pi Pico - 🤍 Did you know that your Raspberry Pi 4 can be used to build a powerful NAS aka Network Attached storage. You read it, Right. Build Your Own local cloud server aka NAS Server using your Raspberry Pi 4 that allows to share & access files across your home network from multiple devices. There are many guides out there on the internet & this guide helps to successfully build your own nas server with Raspberry Pi 4. So, by the end of this Video, You will Learn HOW TO Build Powerful & Fastest NAS Server using your Own Raspberry Pi 4 & YES , it is much better than OpenMedia Vault NAS. Uses Of Raspberry Pi 4 NAS Server - Connect Your External Hard Drive To The Pi & Access all of the content in it across multiple devices on your home network. - If you have more than 5 devices in your home, then backup is made simple. Dump all your data using raspberry Pi 4 NAS & access it from other devices. To Build NAS Server With Raspberry Pi You need the following things - An Ethernet Cable required to connect internet to your Raspberry pi 4 - An External Hard Drive Or SSD to store Data - USB Type C power Supply - A Faster Class 10 16 GB or Higher Micro SD Note - You Can Use this guide to build your own raspberry pi NAS server. Works On Both Raspberry Pi 3 Or Raspberry Pi 4 To build NAS Server with Raspberry. In this video, I will show you building a powerful NAS server with raspberry Pi 4, so you can follow the same process for Raspberry Pi 3 Download Links Install Advanced IP Scanner To find the IP address Of your Raspberry Pi 4 - 🤍 Download Raspbian Image - 🤍 Burn it using Etcher - 🤍 SD Formatter - 🤍 Lan Drive - 🤍 Command List : First Update all Of the Repositories By typing this Command inside Terminal sudo apt-get update Then Try To Install These Packages TO Add An Support For NTFS & EXFAT File Systems With in the Raspberry PI NTFS Package : sudo apt-get install ntfs-3g Exfat Package: sudo apt-get install exfat-utils exfat-fuse Samba Server Installation: sudo apt-get install samba samba-common-bin Creating a Directory inside the root sudo mkdir /PiServer (You can use Any Name) Change the Permissions to that Directory Sudo chmod 777 /PiServer Type LSBLK to check the mounting point of the connected drives sudo mount /dev/sda{number} /PiServer Configuring samba sudo nano /etc/samba/smb.conf [Server Name] comment = "anyname" path = /PiServer browseable = yes read only = no writeable= yes create mask = 0777 directory mask = 0777 public = no force user = root Adding user To Access Raspberry Pi NAS Server Sudo adduser KSKROYAL Sudo smbpasswd - a KSKROYAL Restating the Samba - sudo /etc/init.d/smbd restart sudo /etc/init.d/nmbd restart To Auto mount Drives upon Rebooting sudo nano /etc/fstab & add the below line /dev/sda1 /PiServer auto defaults, user 0 2 To Set A Static IP address For Your Raspberry Pi which means it will never change upon rebooting Sudo nano /etc/dhcpcd.conf & add these lines to the end of the file static ip_address = 192.168.0.23/24 static routers = 192.168.0.1 static domain_name_servers = 192.168.0.1 Note : In the above line, I have set 192.168.0.23 as my default raspberry pi 4 NAS Server IP address you can use any series Between 192.168.0.2 - 192.168.0.24 Other Linux Videos How To Dual Boot Windows 10 & Linux UBUNTU 🤍 How to install Kali Linux 2020.1 In Virtual Box : 🤍 How to install Kali Linux 2020.1 In Virtual Box : 🤍 Pop OS Review 🤍 …………………………… ▶ Follow Me On Social Media …………………………… ✔ Facebook - 🤍 ✔ Instagram - instagram.com/_kskroyal ✔ For Enquires & Any Issues - business.ksktech🤍yahoo.com Music used in the video YouTube Free Music - [ Root Of Legend] Outro Music Credits JPB & MYRNE - Feels Right (ft. Yung Fusion) [NCS Release] 🤍

Raspberry Pi vs ASUSTOR NAS Head-to-Head Part 1 - Hardware

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ASUSTOR and Seagate sent me a brand new NAS and hard drives. They wanted me to see if my little Raspberry Pi NAS could keep up. The results? Well, they might surprise you. This video details the hardware setup process and some thoughts on whether you might be better off buying a NAS for a small premium over DIY. Blog post with hardware build details: 🤍 Products mentioned in the video (some are affiliate links): - ASUSTOR Lockerstor 4 AS6604T: 🤍 - Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 4GB Lite: 🤍 - Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 IO Board: 🤍 - SanDisk Extreme microSD card - 32GB: 🤍 - I/O Crest SI-PEX60016 2 port PCIe Switch: 🤍 - PCIe 1x to 16x extension cable: 🤍 - Rosewill 2.5 Gpbs PCIe 1x card: 🤍 - IO Crest 5-port SATA III PCIe JMB585 HBA: 🤍 - Noctua 120mm 1700 rpm NF-P12 fan: 🤍 - Noctua NA-FC1 PWM fan controller: 🤍 - CableCreation SATA III cables (5 pack: 🤍 - Phanteks 3.5" HDD bracket (2 pack x2: 🤍 - Redragon 700W fully-modular PSU: 🤍 - Kentek 4-pin Molex to 4-pin Floppy adapter: 🤍 Support me on Patreon: 🤍 Sponsor me on GitHub: 🤍 #RaspberryPi #ASUSTOR #NAS Contents: 00:00 - My little NAS problem 00:58 - Lockerstor 4 unboxing 06:34 - Seagate IronWolf NAS drives 11:58 - Lockerstor 4 bootup 14:30 - Say hello to my little Pi NAS! 16:36 - Pi NAS setup 22:30 - Pi NAS bootup 24:31 - A tantalizing conclusion

Installing OpenMediaVault 6 on a Raspberry Pi 4

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Thanks to the folks at 52Pi for sponsoring this video by providing the case and the Raspberry Pi 4. Full instructions here: 🤍 Sponsor 🤍 Raspberry Pi Case 🤍 (affiliate) Raspberry Pi 4 🤍 (affiliate) 512GB SATA M.2 Drive 🤍 (affiliate) 256GB USB Drive 🤍 (affiliate) 52 Pi Wiki for Fan and OLED Screen Scripts 🤍 Raspberry Pi Imager: 🤍 OMV Extras: 🤍 Timestamps 01:23 Create bootable media 01:59 First boot 02:20 First login and updates 02:30 Enable ssh & i2c 03:59 Run omv6 install script 04:53 OMV is up, but let’s install case feature scripts first 07:56 Install omv-extras 09:05 Installing docker & portainer 10:08 Mounting the storage drive 10:41 Setting up the ext4 filesystem 11:25 Mounting the filesystem 11:55 Enable smb/cifs 12:14 Creating shares 12:53 Enabling shares 13:34 Accessing shares 13:52 Accessing portainer 15:08 Some omv on Pi considerations 16:55 Wrap up /=/ Get early, ad-free access to new content by becoming a channel member, a Patron or signing up for the members' only website! ✅ 🤍 ✅ 🤍 ✅ 🤍 /=/ The hardware in my recording studio is: ✔ Custom PC w/ Ryzen 2600, 32GB RAM, RTX 2070, Assorted Storage ✔ Panasonic LUMIX G7 4K Digital Camera: 🤍 ✔ SAMSUNG 34-Inch SJ55W Ultrawide Monitor: 🤍 ✔ LG 27UK650-W 27” UHD IPS Display with HDR 10: 🤍 ✔ WALI Premium Dual Monitor Stand: 🤍 ✔ Neewer Lights: 🤍 ✔ Light Power Supply:🤍 ✔ 55" Gaming Desk: 🤍 ✔ Sabrent USB-C Hub: 🤍 ✔ Das Keyboard 4 Professional: 🤍 ✔ Fuqido Big and Tall Gaming Chair: 🤍 /=/ The hardware in my current home servers: ✔ Synology DS1621xs+ (provided by Synology): 🤍 ✔ 6x8TB Seagate Exos Enterprise HDDs (provided by Synology): 🤍 ✔ 16GB DDR4 ECC RAM (provided by Synology): 🤍 ✔ 2TB NVMe Caching Drive (provided by Sabrent): 🤍 ✔ TerraMaster F5-221 (provided by TerraMaster): 🤍 ✔ 5x6TB WD Red Plus NAS: 🤍 ✔ 8GB DDR3: 🤍 ✔ TerraMaster F4-423 (provided by TerraMaster): 🤍 ✔ 2x8TB Seagate Barracuda Compute: 🤍 ✔ 16GB TEAMGROUP Elite DDR4: 🤍 ✔ 512GB Silicon Power NVMe Caching Drive: 🤍 All amzn.to links are affiliate links. /=/ ✨Find all my social accounts here: ✅ 🤍 ✨Ways to support DB Tech: ✅ 🤍 ✅ 🤍 ✅ 🤍 ✅ Cashapp: 🤍 ✅ Venmo: 🤍 ✨Come chat in Discord: ✅ 🤍 ✨Join this channel to get access to perks: ✅ 🤍 ✨Hardware (Affiliate Links): ✅ TinyPilot KVM: 🤍 ✅ LattePanda Delta 432: 🤍 ✅ Lotmaxx SC-10 Shark: 🤍 ✅ EchoGear 10U Rack: 🤍

Build your own NAS! A custom Raspberry Pi build with OpenMediaVault and an Argon One M2 Case

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If you want to build a Network Attached Storage device on a Raspberry Pi, this video is for you. Using a Raspberry Pi 4, the Argon One M.2 case, and OpenMediaVault - I show you how to build a NAS of your very own. I'll cover an unboxing of the case, assembly, OS tweaks, and I'll go over a one-line command to install OpenMediaVault. # Time codes 01:26 - What do you need to get started? 03:51 - Downloading Raspberry Pi OS and Preparing the SD card 07:27 - Unboxing the case and assembly 18:59 - Setting the hostname, updates, tweaks, etc 22:17 - Installing the safe shutdown script 23:13 - Installing OMV and formatting the SSD # LearnLinuxTV Links 🐧 Main site: ➡️ 🤍 🐧 LearnLinuxTV Community: ➡️ 🤍 📖 Wiki article for this video: ➡️ 🤍 🛒 Components used in this video (commission earned): ➡️ 🤍 🐧 Raspberry Pi OS downloads: ➡️ 🤍 🐧 usbimager download: ➡️ 🤍 📖 Info on locales: ➡️ 🤍 # Support LearnLinuxTV (commission earned) 📖 Check out Jay's latest book, Mastering Ubuntu Server 4th Edition. Covers Ubuntu 22.04! ➡️ 🤍 🙌 Support me on Patreon and get early access to new content! ➡️ 🤍 ☁️ Get $100 toward your own cloud server with Linode! ➡️ 🤍 🛒 Affiliate store for Linux compatible hardware/accessories (commission earned): ➡️ 🤍 💻 Check out the Tiny Pilot KVM for your Homelab (commission earned): ➡️ 🤍 💻 Check out Shells.com and spin up your very own Linux or Windows desktop in the cloud (commission earned): ➡️ 🤍 # About Me 🐦 Follow me on Twitter! ➡️ 🤍 👨 More about me: ➡️ 🤍 ➡️ 🤍 # Recommended evergreen videos: 💽 How to create a bootable flash drive for installing Linux ➡️ 🤍 🐧 OpenSSH Guide ➡️ 🤍 📖 LVM Deep-dive: ➡️ 🤍 🔐 How to better secure OpenSSH: ➡️ 🤍 ☁️ How to create a cloud Linux server with Linode: ➡️ 🤍 # FAQ 🐧 Which distro do I use? ➡️ 🤍 # My recording gear (commission earned): ➡️ Camera 1 (Panasonix HV-VX870): 🤍 ➡️ Camera 2 (Sony FDRAX53): 🤍 ➡️ Microphone (Shure SM7B): 🤍 ➡️ Audio processor (DBX 286s): 🤍 #RaspberryPi #Linux #OpenMediaVault

Je Raspberry Pi ombouwen tot een NAS - Raspberry Pi #2 - TechTime

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In deze tutorial leg ik (Marco) je uit hoe je je Raspberry Pi om kan bouwen tot een NAS (netwerkschijf)! Halen we de 200 likes? Wat heb je nodig voor deze tutorial? Raspberry Pi - 🤍 Raspberry Pi Starterskit - 🤍 Koop SD-kaartjes: 🤍 Externe HDD/SSD: 🤍 USB-Stick: 🤍 Downloadlinks: OMV: 🤍 Etcher: 🤍 SOCIAL MEDIA: - Instagram: 🤍 - Twitter: 🤍 - Facebook: 🤍 - Website: 🤍 TechTime is het Nederlandse techkanaal. Hier worden producten gereviewd, laten we de handigte tips en tricks zien en brengen wij jou op de hoogte van wat er momenteel allemaal gaande is in de Tech-wereld. Bedankt voor het kijken! Druk op het abonneerknopje, zet het belletje aan en blijf op de hoogte van al onze video's! Tot Techs! -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Show My Rig V2 is gestart! Check deze link voor meer info: 🤍 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-

I built the fastest Raspberry Pi SATA RAID NAS!

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I built the fastest (to my knowledge) native SATA RAID array on a Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4, and set it up as a NAS server, testing out hard drives and SSDs, and different RAID setups like RAID 0, 1, and 10. I discuss the advantages of different RAID levels, how to install and configure Samba and NFS, and benchmark everything, from drive to RAID performance, energy efficiency, temperatures, and more! Check out this blog post for all the detailed instructions: 🤍 Check out mebs_t's NAS project on Reddit: 🤍 Support me on Patreon: 🤍 Sponsor me on GitHub: 🤍 Products mentioned in this video (some links are affiliate links): - IO Crest 4-port SATA PCI Express 1x card: 🤍 - CableCreation low-profile SATA cable 5-pack: 🤍 - CoolerGuys 12v 2A Molex power adapter (for drives): 🤍 - Cable Matters Molex to SATA power adapter: 🤍 - StarTech 4x SATA power splitter: 🤍 - Phanteks Stackable 3.5" HDD brackets: 🤍 - Corsair Dual SSD 3.5" mounting bracket: 🤍 - ICY DOCK ExpressCage 4-bay 2.5" hot-swap cage: 🤍 - Kingston 120GB SATA SSD: 🤍 - WD Green 500GB HDD: 🤍 #RaspberryPi #NAS #RAID Contents: 00:00 - Pi CM4 SATA Support 00:50 - Baseline SATA performance 02:49 - Learning about RAID 07:19 - HDD RAID with mdadm 10:47 - SSD RAID 10 Performance 13:42 - NAS with Samba and NFS 18:15 - Thermals and Energy Efficiency 19:33 - Summary and bloopers

The Petabyte Pi Project

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By far the most storage ever attached to a single Raspberry Pi. Massive thanks to 45Drives for making this possible! Check out their storage solutions at 🤍 Support me on Patreon: 🤍 Sponsor me on GitHub: 🤍 Merch: 🤍 2nd Channel: 🤍 #PetabytePi #RaspberryPi #45Drives Mentioned in this video: - 45Drives (HUGE THANKS!): 🤍 - Storinator XL60: 🤍 - My new rack build video on Geerling Engineering: 🤍 - 3-2-1 Backup Plan video: 🤍 - GitHub issue with tons of detail: 🤍 - Raspberry Shake (seismograph): 🤍 Contents: 00:00 - The Petabyte Pi Project 00:24 - Challenges 01:35 - What is a Petabyte? 02:00 - 45Drives sent a Storinator XL60! 03:12 - Ripping out the Xeon 04:57 - Replacing it with a Pi 07:26 - Backplanes and power 08:37 - Pre-build tests 09:06 - So. Many. Drives. 11:37 - Pi OS mods 12:17 - First boot! 13:12 - Did you try restarting? 14:42 - RAID 0 test 15:51 - Don't yell at your JBODs 16:39 - ZFS test 16:59 - Btrfs test 18:46 - Back to the basics 19:50 - 192 days 20:59 - So why, PCI? 21:57 - Don't skip this part Music attributions: The Curtain Rises by Kevin MacLeod Link: 🤍 License: 🤍

52Pi Mini Tower NAS Kit Pi-Hosted Case

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Installing Raspberry pi 4 8GB on 52 Pi Mini Tower Nas Case for the Pi-Hosted Server. ○○○ LINKS ○○○ 52pi store ► 🤍 nvme board 🤍 Raspberry Pi 4 8GB Extreme Kit - 64GB Edition:🤍 ○○○ SHOP ○○○ Novaspirit Shop ► 🤍 Amazon Store ► 🤍 ○○○ SUPPORT ○○○ 💗 Patreon ► 🤍 ○○○ SOCIAL ○○○ 🎮 Twitch ► 🤍 🎮 Pandemic Playground ► 🤍 ▶️ novaspirit tv ► 🤍 🎮 Novaspirit Gaming ► 🤍 🐤 Twitter ► 🤍 👾 Discord chat ► 🤍 FB Group Novaspirit ► 🤍 ○○○ Send Me Stuff ○○○ Don Hui PO BOX 765 Farmingville, NY 11738 ○○○ Music ○○○ From Epidemic Sounds patreon 🤍 🤍 Tweet me: 🤍 🤍 facebook: 🤍 🤍 Instagram 🤍 🤍 DISCLAIMER: This video and description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission.

Raspberry Pi vs ASUSTOR NAS Head-to-Head Part 2 - the VERDICT!

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How does my 2.5 Gbps Raspberry Pi NAS compare to a dual 2.5 Gbps ASUSTOR Lockerstor 4? Find out in this video, the second part of a two-part series. I will explore the software on both NASes—ADM on the Lockerstor and OMV on the Raspberry Pi—and run some performance benchmarks. I'll also tell about a few surprising discoveries I made along the way! Blog post with hardware build details: 🤍 Part 1 / Hardware build video: 🤍 Blog post with performance comparison and more detail: 🤍 Wiretrustee SATA: 🤍 Shouting in the data center: 🤍 Products mentioned in the video (some are affiliate links): - ASUSTOR Lockerstor 4 AS6604T: 🤍 - Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 4GB Lite: 🤍 - Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 IO Board: 🤍 - SanDisk Extreme microSD card - 32GB: 🤍 - I/O Crest SI-PEX60016 2 port PCIe Switch: 🤍 - PCIe 1x to 16x extension cable: 🤍 - Rosewill 2.5 Gpbs PCIe 1x card: 🤍 - IO Crest 5-port SATA III PCIe JMB585 HBA: 🤍 - Noctua 120mm 1700 rpm NF-P12 fan: 🤍 - Noctua NA-FC1 PWM fan controller: 🤍 - CableCreation SATA III cables (5 pack: 🤍 - Phanteks 3.5" HDD bracket (2 pack x2: 🤍 - Redragon 700W fully-modular PSU: 🤍 - Kentek 4-pin Molex to 4-pin Floppy adapter: 🤍 Support me on Patreon: 🤍 Sponsor me on GitHub: 🤍 #RaspberryPi #ASUSTOR #NAS Contents: 00:00 - NAS Features 00:58 - ASUSTOR Software 02:24 - SSD Cache and ADM Overview 05:14 - ASUSTOR Write Performance 06:13 - IronWolf 510 NAS NVMe SSDs 07:26 - ASUSTOR Read Performance 07:55 - Pi NAS Software 08:32 - Open Media Vault Setup 10:19 - Pi NAS Write Performance 11:05 - Pi NAS Read Performance 11:51 - Pi NAS in RAID 0 12:24 - Wake on LAN 13:01 - Initial Recommendation 13:32 - Energy usage and other features 14:35 - Price 15:10 - Wiretrustee SATA 15:50 - Final Verdict 16:37 - RAID is not a Backup! 16:56 - Pi NAS wrap up and bloopers

Testing the PiBox mini 2, a Raspberry Pi MicroK8s server

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Kubesail sent me their brand-new PiBox mini 2. It's a 2-drive SATA NAS built with the Compute Module 4. It has a front-panel LCD, native SATA, and more! I did have a little trouble with the early prototype model they sent, but was able to get that fixed and now have 16 TB of raw storage, and a nice little managed microk8s installation, to boot! Mentioned in this video: - PiBox mini 2 Kickstarter: 🤍 - Kubesail PiBox mini 2 - official site: 🤍 - Kubernetes 101 Series: 🤍 - Check out other CM4 boards: 🤍 And if you must know, those 8 TB SSDs are NOT cheap... 🤍 Support me on Patreon: 🤍 Sponsor me on GitHub: 🤍 Merch: 🤍 #RaspberryPi #PiBox #Kubernetes Contents: 00:00 - PiBox mini 2 01:03 - Teardown 07:07 - Mounting 2x 8TB SSDs 08:52 - First boot 10:37 - Checking out Kubesail 12:38 - One drive is missing! 16:26 - Kubernetes storage volume 17:44 - Pricing and options 19:43 - Verdict 20:01 - RAID 1 performance

How to CREATE a NAS Server With Raspberry Pi 3 Using Multiple Drives ? || (Hard Drive + SSD)

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How to create nas server with raspberry Pi Using Multiple Hard Drives & SSD’S Raspberry Pi is one of those computer tech which lets to do lots of things. The Special thing about the raspberry Pi is to use it for anything like physical Computing with GPIO Pins, You Can Also use it for creating Network Attached Storage or NAS for your Home to access the data across multiple computers wirelessly by creating NAS server with Pi using multiple drives. What is NAS? NAS stands for Network Attached Storage. NAS helps to share a files across heterogenous devices in a network. NAS uses a networking protocols like AFP, SMB which helps to create file sharing server. By Default, NAS uses SMB server which is file sharing server helps others to access the files across multiple devices seamlessly in a network. If you are having lot of computers its tedious to share a data across multiple devices through wires. So creating a NAS helps to access the files wirelessly across all of your computers which are connected to same network. Ok Enough About the Theory : Imagine if you have lot of devices connected to the same network. Its very tough to transfer the data from one device to another device wirelessly. So we will build a NAS Server so that all of the devices can talk to the server also they can see the files on the server with both read and write permissions. For Example if you have an android device and I will copy all of my backup to the NAS Server so automatically other devices connected to the same network can have access to all the files. In this video I will be using a Raspbian Stretch lite which is command line based Debian - Linux Distribution which helps us to create NAS with Raspberry Pi using multiple drives. Donate(Thank You): paypal.me/SIVAKUMARKATARU Requirements : 1 x Raspberry Pi 3 (Recommended) 1 x Ethernet Cable 1 x Class 10 Micro SD 1 x External Hard Drive 1 x Dual Band WIFI Router Command List: To Update all the Repositories sudo apt-get update NTFS Package : sudo apt-get install ntfs-3g Exfat Package: sudo apt-get install exfat-utils exfat-fuse Samba Server Installation: sudo apt-get install samba samba-common-bin Creating a directorys inside the root sudo mkdir /External. Main Directory sudo mkdir /External/01. Sub Directory 1 sudo mkdir /External/02 Sub Directory 2 Then Mount the Drives : sudo mount /dev/sda1 /External/01 sudo mount /dev/sdb1 /External/02 Configuring samba sudo /etc/samba/smb.conf Add these lines at the bottom : [RaspberryPi - Server1] writeable = yes browsable = yes path = /External create mask = 0777 directory mask = 0777 valid users = yourName Restating the Samba : sudo /etc/init.d/samba restart ~Follow Us On Social Media & Post Your Queries And Suggestions For any Future Videos at: ~🤍 🤍 ~ Subscribe To Our Channel ~ Watch More Videos At: YouTube.com/ksktech Music Used In the Video: [No Copyright Music] Last Summer - Ikson Last Summer by Ikson: 🤍 Music promoted by Audio Library 🤍 Buddha - Kontekst (No Copyright Music) Buddha by Kontekst 🤍 Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 🤍 Music provided by Audio Library 🤍

DIY Raspberry PI 4 NAS

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Lets build a raspberry PI 4 based NAS using the new USB 3 ports in PI4. BOM: 2x Western Digital My Passport 2TB 1x Raspberry PI 4 with 4GB RAM 1x 16BG micro SD card 1x 5V 10A Mean Well power supply (🤍 1x Plexiglas 300X300 - 2mm think 13x 3M 12mm screws/washer 5x 3m nut 2.5M 11mm copper standoff/screws and washer 2 or 4 USB 3 micro to USB cables (🤍 2x DuPont plugs to power PI Files: 🤍

PI NAS mit Argon Eon & OpenMediaVault unter DietPi

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Ein PI-NAS mit dem neuen Argon EON Case und Openmediavault ist schon eine klasse Ding. Ich zeige dir, wie du es zusammenbaust und einrichtest. Alle Infos und Links dazu auf meinem Blog: 🤍 Weitere Videos zum Thema: Dietpi Grundinstallation: 🤍 PI-NAS: 🤍 #pi-nas #openmediavault #dietpi - Unterstütze meinen Kanal durch eine kleine Spende. Das hilft mir auch in Zukunft interessante Videos für Dich zu machen: 🤍 Besuche uns auch: Blog: 🤍​ Dort findest Du weitere Informationen zu den Themen aus unseren Videos. Anregungen und Fragen bitte in den Kommentaren posten. Wir werden alle Fragen beantworten. Viel Spass beim schauen Holger Erbe LOGIN TechBlog

How To Build a Raspberry Pi 4 NAS! (Pi 4/3/2B)

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Today, we are going to look at how you make an epic DIY Raspberry Pi NAS using OpenMediaVault, and some differences between using different Raspberry Pis. - Useful Links - OpenMediaVault - 🤍 Great OMV Installation Article - 🤍 Raspberry Pi 4 (Affiliate) - 🤍 - Socials - Instagram: 🤍 Connor's Instagram: 🤍 Written & Hosted by Chris Shot & Edited by Chris Thumbnail & Motion Graphics by Connor

I built a $5,000 Raspberry Pi server (Radxa Taco NAS)

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Check out this video's sponsor, Lambda: 🤍 Radxa's Taco, along with a boatload of SSDs, is the new gold standard Raspberry Pi-based NAS. But my 48TB SSD NAS build is probably a dumb idea. Why? Well, watch the video and find out! Mentioned in this video: - Radxa Taco: 🤍 - Blog post on mdadm RAID setup: 🤍 - Blog post on ZFS on the Pi: 🤍 - 96W Power supply: 🤍 - Noctua 5V PWM USB fan: 🤍 - Samsung 870 QVO 8TB SSD: 🤍 - Sabrent Rocket Q 8TB NVMe SSD: 🤍 Support me on Patreon: 🤍 Sponsor me on GitHub: 🤍 Merch: 🤍 #RaspberryPi #homelab Contents: 00:00 - Absolutely ridiculous 00:31 - Thank the sponsor! 01:01 - Should I build it? 02:12 - Radxa's Taco 03:13 - NAS Assembly 04:22 - 96W Power-up 05:05 - Pi OS driver support 06:07 - 2.5 Gbps Networking 07:53 - Benchmarks: RAID and ZFS 10:02 - Benchmarks: SMB and NFS 11:23 - Energy use 11:47 - My Thoughts, Availability, Pricing 12:25 - Outtro and Outtakes

Raspberry Pi 4 NAS Part 1

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This is Part 1 of 3 in my Raspberry Pi 4 NAS build. In this part I build the hardware based on the Quad SATA kit for Raspberry Pi (link below). Part 1 - NAS Build (This Video) Part 2 - OpenMediaVault (OMV) install and configure - 🤍 Part 3 - Ubuntu Server and Samba - 🤍 🤍 Although not the drives I got, this would be better for about the same price: 🤍 Raspberry Pi 4 (8GB) - 🤍 As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

RaspberryPi Home NAS for both Mac & PC! Tutorial + Speed Test! | 4K TUTORIAL

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Can the $35 RaspberryPi 4, with its new Gigabit Connection, and TWO USB 3.0 slots be used as a home NAS to allow multiple users to connect on your network to a single hard drive, and if so, how fast is it? All of these questions and more will be answered! For this tutorial we are using a Pi4 and a Samsung SSD to create a Samba server to create a NAS which can be used with both Mac and PC. Hire Me! 🤍 Join the Discord! 🤍 Get Early Access to Videos! 🤍 SpaceRex Site!: 🤍 What is in my Rack: 🤍 Use a Pi as an offsite / remote backup! 🤍 Setup your Pi for SSH / Static IP (no screen required): 🤍 Top Synology Picks: 🤍 Affilate Links: Synology Recommendations: Cheapest you can buy:🤍 Most powerful 4 Bay: 🤍 6 bays, with performance overhead: 🤍 Insane Performance!: 🤍 12 Bays in a Desktop!: 🤍 Drives: Hard drives that I use: 🤍 SSD I use with Synology: 🤍 Going 10GbE: Synology 10GbE (RJ45) Card: 🤍 Starter 10GbE switch: 🤍 10GbE ethernet to Thunderbolt 3 adapter: 🤍 *These are affiliate links, which means that if you purchase a product through one of them, I will receive a small commission (at no additional cost to you). Thank you for supporting my channel!

Flottes Gigabit-LAN DIY NAS mit Raspberry Pi 4 & OpenMediaVault

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Heute zeige ich auch wie ihr für relativ kleines Geld ein leistungsstarkes NAS aus einem Raspberry Pi 4 und einer 2,5" Festplatte selbst bauen könnt. Film ab. Raspberry Pi 4 B 2GB RAM: ┕ Amazon (*) ▸ 🤍 ┕ Alternate (*) ▸ 🤍 ┕ eBay (*) ▸ 🤍 USB 3.0 SATA Adapter ohne Stromversorgung für 2,5" SSD/HDD: ┕ Amazon (*) ▸ 🤍 USB 3.0 SATA Adapter mit Stromversorgung für 3,5" HDD: ┕ Amazon (*) ▸ 🤍 USB 3.0 Dualschacht HDD Dock ┕ Amazon (*) ▸ 🤍 USB RAID-Gehäuse ┕ Amazon (*) ▸ 🤍 Raspberry Pi OS - 🤍 balena Etcher - 🤍 Consolen Befehle: bei 6m50s - sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade bei 7m20s - wget -O - 🤍 | sudo bash bei 7m50s - ifconfig Zugangsdaten OpenMediaVault Web-Interface: User: admin Passwort: openmediavault Dieses Video wurde ohne Unterstützung eines Herstellers oder Händlers, vollständig in Eigeninitiative produziert, die Produkte haben wir selbst gekauft oder uns zum Vergleich geliehen. Unsere Linksammlung ▸ 🤍 Mit Einkäufen bei unseren Partnern unterstützt ihr kostenlos unsere Arbeit. (*)Affiliate Links über die wir ein wenig Provision verdienen, wenn ihr darüber einkauft. Für euch entstehen dadurch keine Nachteile. Die Partner-Website erhebt beim durchschreiten des Links Daten von euch die in der Datenschutz-Vereinbarung der Partner-Website aufgeführt sind. Für uns ist am Ende nicht Sichtbar wer, wann, was gekauft hat. Inhalt 00:00 - Intro 01:12 - Das günstigste NAS? Das im Router! 02:10 - Was bringt das Raspberry Pi NAS? 02:42 - Was wir brauchen 05:57 - Raspberry OS auf die SD Karte übertragen 06:29 - Erste Schritte im Raspberry OS 06:45 - System aktualisieren 07:03 - OpenMediaVault installieren 07:44 - Netzwerk IP des Raspberry Pi rausfinden 08:17 - Erste Schritte OpenMediaVault 09:08 - Partitionen löschen und neue erstellen 10:19 - RAID mit USB-Festplatten geht leider nicht außer mit RAID USB-Gehäuse 11:13 - Dateisystem einbinden & Freigegebenen Ordner erstellen 11:50 - Nutzer für die Netzwerkfreigaben Anlegen 12:10 - SMB Aktivieren & SMB Freigabe erstellen 12:27 - Das NAS testen & nutzen 13:30 - Abschluss

Raspberry Pi NAS Server selbst bauen! OpenMediaVault auf dem Pi 2020

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Mein Patreon: 🤍 So einfach kannst du deinen Raspberry Pi in ein NAS (Network Attached Store) verwandeln! Der günstige mini Computer Raspberry Pi eignet sich ideal für Home-Server Anwendungen. » Relevante Videos: Zugriff auf das PiNAS auf dem Internet: 🤍 PiNAS in die Nextcloud hinzufügen: 🤍 OpenMediaVault auf Linux-Server installieren: 🤍 Nextcloud auf Raspberry Pi installieren: 🤍 » Verwendete Produkte: Raspberry Pi 4B 4GB RAM: 🤍 Externe Festplatte: 🤍 Externes RAID Gehäuse (2 HDD): 🤍 Externes RAID Gehäuse (4 HDD): 🤍 Micro SD Karte: 🤍 USB-C 3A Netzteil: 🤍 Raspberry Pi 4B Gehäuse: 🤍 Gigabit LAN Kabel: 🤍 Fritz!Box 6660 Cable: 🤍 » Im Video verwendete Befehle: 🤍 SSH Datei: 🤍 » Weitere Links: Download Seite: 🤍 balenaEtcher: 🤍 » Abschnitte: 0:00 Begrüßung 01:12 Überblick 01:27 benötigte Hardware 05:54 NAS Software 07:49 Raspberry Pi OS Installation 15:10 OpenMediaVault Installation 27:30 Zugriff aus dem Internet Du benötigst Unterstützung bei der Installation oder Konfiguration von Nextcloud oder ? Ich helfe dir gerne weiter! Schreib mir einfach eine Mail an (Daniel): cloud🤍apfelcast.com Mein Equipment: » Kamera: 🤍 » Objektiv: 🤍 » Ton: 🤍 » Recorder: 🤍 » Beleuchtung: 🤍 Hinweis: Alle Links beginnend mit „🤍“ sind Affiliate Links. Wenn du über einen dieser Links ein Produkt kaufst, bekomme ich einen kleinen Anteil des Kaufpreises gutgeschrieben.

Hardware RAID for the fastest Raspberry Pi CM4 NAS!

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Finally, with a bit of help from some Broadcom engineers, I got full hardware RAID working on a Raspberry Pi. And I actually used SAS drives this time. Special thanks to Broadcom for sending me a controller card and storage backplane to test on the Pi, and for their help in debugging the driver issues! Blog post that goes with this video: 🤍 Products mentioned in this video (some links are affiliate links): - Broadcom MegaRAID 9460-16i: 🤍 - Broadcom MegaRAID 9440-8i: 🤍 - Kingston SA400 SSD: 🤍 - HP 300GB 10K Proliant SAS: 🤍 - 12V 2A power adapter: 🤍 - 12V 5A power adapter: 🤍 Other videos mentioned in this video: - Enterprise SAS RAID on a Pi: 🤍 - The Fastest SATA RAID NAS on the Pi: 🤍 More info on PCIe cards I'm testing: 🤍 Support me on Patreon: 🤍 Sponsor me on GitHub: 🤍 #RaspberryPi #RAID #ComputeModule4 Contents: 00:00 - Intro 01:02 - What is SAS RAID? 03:37 - Why RAID on a Pi? 05:22 - MegaRAID 9460-16i overview 07:16 - Making it work on the Pi 11:00 - Creating RAID volumes with StorCLI 12:58 - Performance 15:48 - 2.5 Gbps NAS? 16:59 - Recommendations and alternatives 18:02 - Bloopers

Raspberry Pi vs ASUSTOR NAS – Round II

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Some lower end NASes like ASUSTOR's Drivestor 4 Pro use ARM processors—just like the Raspberry Pi! Can the Pi hold its own against a lower-cost NAS from a major storage vendor? Check out the Drivestor 4 Pro here: 🤍 And more on Radxa's Taco: 🤍 And here's a link to all the benchmarking and testing I did: 🤍 Other parts used in the NAS builds in this video: - Seagate IronWolf NAS 4TB HDD: 🤍 - Sabrent Rocket Q 8TB NVMe SSD: 🤍 - SanDisk Extreme 32GB microSD card: 🤍 - Cable Matters SATA Extension Cables: 🤍 - Noctua NF-A14 5V USB Fan: 🤍 - Phanteks Stackable 3.5" HDD Brackets: 🤍 - 12V 8A power supply: 🤍 (Some links in this description are affiliate links.) Support me on Patreon: 🤍 Sponsor me on GitHub: 🤍 #RaspberryPi #ASUSTOR #Sponsored Contents: 00:00 - Pi vs NAS, begin! 01:55 - Hardware comparison 04:47 - Software - ADM vs OMV 05:59 - Disk performance 07:33 - Network performance 09:32 - CPU and energy efficiency 11:02 - Who wins? 12:03 - Outro and outtakes

Raspberry Pi 4 NAS setup [Hindi]

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In this tutorial I will show that How to setup your NAS (network attached storage) using raspberry pi 4 for sharing and store files across a local area network? *Video Menu* Introduction: 00:00 What is NAS: 00:23 Hardware Requirements: 01:46 Install Raspberry Pi OS on Pi 4: 03:10 SSH to connect to your Raspberry Pi from a Windows10: 05:26 Setup NAS on Raspberry Pi 4: 07:18 Access NAS from Windows 10: 13:32 Access NAS from MacOS: 14:32 Auto Mount Configuration: 15:00 Static IP Configuration: 16:27 End Note: 17:00 Watch advance video tutorials- please visit : 🤍 #NAS #RaspberryPi4 #TechChip ▀▄▀▄▀▄ [ Follow Me on ] ▄▀▄▀▄▀ twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 website: 🤍 YouTube: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍

How to Install Raspberry Pi 4+ X835 3.5" SATA Storage Board+X735 Power Management Board?

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It's time to use idle hard drives. you can DIY a small NAS, music player or something interesting with X835 expansion board for Raspberry Pi 4. The X835 expansion board provides a complete storage solution for Raspberry Pi 4 Model B; The X835 3.5" SATA adapter can support up to 10TB 3.5 inch SATA hard disk drives (HDD). For the X835 kit, please refer to: 🤍

Awesome New Pi4 Case! SSD, PWM Cooling Fan, Safe Shutdown NASPi Case

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In this video, we take a look at the all-new NASPi Case for the Raspberry Pi4. This case adds an SSD, PWM Cooling Fan, and Safe reset/Shutdown to the Pi4 in a full aluminum Industrial desktop-style Case. Buy it here: 🤍 Learn More Here: wiki.geekworm.com/NASPi Follow Me On Twitter: 🤍 Follow Me On Instagram: 🤍 Equipment I Use: Screen Capture Device: 🤍 Tool Kit: 🤍 Soldering Station: 🤍 Camera: 🤍 Tripod: 🤍 Raspberry Pi 4: 🤍 Flirc Case: 🤍 DISCLAIMER: This video and description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission at no extra cost to you! This video and Channel and Video are for viewers 14 years older and up. This video is not made for viewers under the age of 14. Want to send me something? ETAPRIME 12520 Capital Blvd Ste 401 Number 108 Wake Forest, NC 27587 US THIS VIDEO IS FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY! DISCLAIMER: Under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education, and research. No Games Or Applications Are Included Or Added On Or To Any Device In This Video

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