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5 steps in mounting a shared NAS folder to a Raspberry Pi
17 September 2015 | Updated 6 April 2018
Network Attached Storage (NAS) devices are popular to add large amounts of data storage space to a network. A networked Raspberry Pi can also make use of this storage to, for example, make use of its space or to have access to its files. 5 steps in mounting a shared NAS folder to a Raspberry Pi will go through the process using NFS.
A simple introduction to network-attached storage (NAS)
22 March 2015 | Updated 26 April 2018
A network-attached storage (NAS) device is a stand-alone, specialised data storage server connected to a file sharing network. It is in the form of multiple hard drives, managed as one large drive. Nowadays, there are a lot of ‘smaller’, budget friendly NAS devices available.
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