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NASBOX314 : make a NAS with xbox360's case and raspberry pi. - All. Hello from France, I want to share with you my NAS project pi based.

NASBOX314 : make a NAS with xbox360's case and raspberry pi. - All

I use few Raspberry Pi for various projects at home, one of theme is a NAS with RAID1 disks, to store my important personal data. ***(Raid 1 given up since 12.2014 update)*** But, after configuring the NAS, I wanted to store it all in a clean box and use a reliable power supply, I have therefore chosen to use external USB enclosures with power supply for my hard drive to avoid electrical overload on the USB port of my Raspberry Pi. After much research, I find a solution corresponding exactly to what I was looking for: a xbox360, for several reasons: - The case has a nice look - The dimensions are compatible in every way with my project. - The external power supply avoids the presence of 230V in a metal box. - The power supply provide 12v and 5v DC so I called it NASBOX314 The hardware configuration is as follows :

Getting started with Docker on your Raspberry Pi · Docker Pirates ARMed with explosive stuff. Docker is a new technology that emerged in the last two years and took the software world by storm.

Getting started with Docker on your Raspberry Pi · Docker Pirates ARMed with explosive stuff

What exactly is Docker and why did it became so popular in such short time? The goal of this guide is to answer these questions and to get you started with Docker on a Raspberry Pi in no time. We are going to cover the procedure for Windows, OS X and Linux users. What the heck is Docker and why would I use it? Docker simplifies the packaging, distribution, installation and execution of (complex) applications. In this context, applications are: blogging platforms like Wordpress or Ghosttools for software collaboration like Gitlab or Gogsfile synchronization platforms like OwnCloud or Seafile These kinds of applications usually consist of many components which need to be installed and configured. Docker allows administrators or developers to package these applications into something called containers. How to get Docker running on your Raspberry Pi using Linux · Docker Pirates ARMed with explosive stuff.

This guide shows you how to get Docker running on your Raspberry Pi using a Linux workstation.

How to get Docker running on your Raspberry Pi using Linux · Docker Pirates ARMed with explosive stuff

If you have not read the getting started guide about Docker on the Raspberry Pi yet you might wanna check it out first: Getting started on your ARM device We tried to make this guide as concise as possible. Make sure that you know the basics about the command line and you should be ready to go. If you don’t you can learn the basics in An Introduction to the Linux Terminal and come back afterwards.

The hardware you gonna need to follow along is a Raspberry Pi 1 or 2 and one SD card. We - from Hypriot - created a preconfigured SD card image which contains everything you need to run Docker on your Raspberry Pi. Download the Hypriot Docker SD card image Download our current SD card image using your browser by clicking here. After the download is completed open a terminal window. Now we will extract the downloaded zip file.

Cd ~/Downloads Extract the zip file with lsblk Now identify the SD Card. Have fun! NAS "low cost" avec un Raspberry Pi B+ (Part1) EmailEmail Ça fait très longtemps que j’ai envie de m’offrir un NAS (Network Attached Storage, un stockage en réseau, un cloud perso si ça vous parle), mais je recule devant les prix qui sont assez conséquent.

NAS "low cost" avec un Raspberry Pi B+ (Part1)

Avec la sortie récente du nouveau modèle du Raspberry pi B+ qui comporte 4 ports USB, je me suis dit qu’il était temps de me lancer dans l’exercice! Sachant que je suis un pur windowsien et du coup une vraie quiche en linux, j’ai recherché une solution simple à mettre en oeuvre avec le minimum de lignes de commande à taper. Et j’ai trouvé la perle rare avec Open Media Vault (OMV pour les intimes), une solution tout en un qui a en plus la bonne idée d’avoir une image toute faite pour le Raspberry Pi (donc pas besoin d’installer une distribution Linux et ensuite le package OMV)! Suivez le guide! Partie 1 : installation de l’image Installer l’image sur une carte SD Si installer une image sur carte ou clé USB est à priori relativement simple sous linux, ça se complique sous windows!

Créer un Mediacenter/NAS/Seedbox avec un Raspberry Pi. Objectif : Créer un Mediacenter avec un Raspberry Pi avec une fonction NAS/Seedbox Fonctions : Lecteur Vidéo (1080p, DTS, Dolby, etc…)Lecteur Audio (Mp3, Flac, etc…)Mediathèque (classement des films, séries et musiques automatiquement)Médiacenter contrôlable à distance (via Android, Web, Télécommande TV, etc)UPNP (Partage des contenu multimédia automatique)Samba (partage des fichiers sur le réseau Windows),Client Torrent contrôlable à distance (via Android, Windows, etc…) Prérequis : Logiciel : Matériel : Sur le site officiel d’OpenElec, on récupère la dernière version pour Raspberry Pi, et plus précisément la version Diskimage.

Créer un Mediacenter/NAS/Seedbox avec un Raspberry Pi

A la fin du processus, la préparation de la carte est terminé. Avant de débrancher la carte SD, on va éditer le fichier config.txt qui se trouve à la racine, voici les lignes à éditer/ajouter :