How to Build a Raspberry Pi NAS Using Samba
Setting up your own network storage device is super easy with a Raspberry Pi. All you need is an application called Samba and a few tweaks to the default settings. Before you know it, everyone on your network will have access to a custom Raspberry Pi NAS system. Everyone can share files with each other or even keep a private network folder for themselves.
If you're looking for something a little less technically-involved, skip to the end where we'll discuss OpenMediaVault and NAS4Free.
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