Hardware for NAS/NFS?

Jeremy Boy mail at jboy.eu
Wed May 28 07:26:59 UTC 2014

Would a Raspberry Pi fit your needs? It offers a USB 2.0 Port and 10/100 Mb Ethernet and is powered over micro-USB. There are also a lot of tutorials on the internet about using the RPi as a file server.

Am 28.05.2014 um 06:03 schrieb Thomas Mueller <mueller6724 at bellsouth.net>:

> Thanks to various people on this list for suggestions.
> I'm looking for something that does not require a full computer, like the Seagate Central, which is an external NAS hard drive: 2, 3 or 4 TB, NTFS-formatted, USB 2.0 port, connects to wireless router by Ethernet.
> NTFS is not the easiest file system to deal with from BSD or Linux, but it might not matter over Internet protocols.
> Now I wish my wireless router had a USB port, don't know if there is any workable way to connect a USB drive to Ethernet through adapters.
> Tom
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