FileServer Raspberry pi {Raspbian Jessie}

 

1. Introduction



If you think of a fileserver, then you're probably at a central node in a network that is accessible to all or at least should be accessible to anyone with the proper rights acquired by the administrator. Here we think especially to NAS (network attached storage), taking photos, music, films, etc ... are stored centrally located. You can view this also as a back-up your files since most of these network devices to work with multiple hard drives (rAID configurations). The Raspberry Pi could also serve well as a fileserver, especially now that the RPI has been updated to a faster CPU (https://www.raspberrypi.org/products/raspberry-pi-2-model-b/)

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