How to build a Raspberry Pi-powered NAS – Windows Central

Windows Central How to build a Raspberry Pi -powered NAS Windows Central There are some awesome Network Attached Storage (NAS) solutions out there that can be bought, setup and accessed within an hour. The downside to these devices is the cost, which can be upwards of $1,000 depending on what you need from connected storage … DIY Raspberry Pi NAS Geeky Gadgets all 3 news articles »

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Expanding Your Raspberry Pi: Storage, printing, peripherals, and network connections for your Raspberry Pi – DABCC.com

DABCC.com Expanding Your Raspberry Pi : Storage, printing, peripherals, and network connections for your Raspberry Pi DABCC.com Gain a deeper understanding of how Raspberry Pi works to get the results you want right in the palm of your hand. This book helps you understand the right connections and software to drive your Raspberry Pi into opening the worlds of programming, ..

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StackIQ announces support for SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, Raspberry Pi and NetApp Storage Arrays in major new … – Marketwired (press release)

StackIQ announces support for SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, Raspberry Pi and NetApp Storage Arrays in major new … Marketwired (press release) Raspberry Pi provisioning (Requires Stacki “Ace” for ARM processors) — The Stacki management server can be installed on a Raspberry Pi removing the need for a dedicated X86 server for cluster installs using Stacki. Stacki can also provision Raspberry ..

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Raspberry Pi 3 Gets USB, Ethernet Boot – Hackaday

Raspberry Pi 3 Gets USB, Ethernet Boot Hackaday The Raspberry Pi is a great computer, even if it doesn't have SATA. For those of us who have lost a few SD cards to the inevitable corruption that comes from not shutting a Pi down properly, here's something for you: USB Mass Storage Booting for the ..

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The little computer that could

Liz: Today we’ve got a guest post from the terrifyingly hirsute Pete Stevens. Pete’s from Mythic Beasts , our web hosts; and he’s the reason this website stands up to the absurd amounts of traffic you throw at it

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5 best add-ons for the Raspberry Pi 3 – ExtremeTech

ExtremeTech 5 best add-ons for the Raspberry Pi 3 ExtremeTech The original Raspberry Pi $35 computer is great. However, if you expected it to be a desktop replacement, you might have been a little disappointed by its somewhat sluggish behavior for activities like Web browsing. But the latest Raspberry Pi 3, with …

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