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  • Tan Naroo

    Great tutorial. Just wanted to know after setup this up, if I disconnect the external drive from the RPi, will the RPi go into emergency mode/root lock?

    If so, is there a way to prevent the RPi go into emergency mode is the external drive is disconnected?

    • Vincent

      If you have found a resolution, please share to us! Thank you in advance. Vincent

  • Jabari Dash

    Thanks man, Easy to follow. Got a NAS up in a few minutes

  • Julian

    Can’t use FreeNAS as 8Gb RAM are required.

  • Awesome Armaan 7

    is is possible for this nas to connect with a mac?
    I am trying, but it says the ip does not exist, yet i typed it exactly.
    I need help!

  • Kicsisucu

    Thank you for the clear tutorial. One question remains: After this stpes, the Pi can’t boot without the external hard drive. What should I do to fix this issue? I tried the «defaults,error=continue» flag in the fstab file but it does not solved the problem. Can you help me in this question?

  • Marco Ult

    Great clear tutorial. The best i found. Work fine. Thanks!!!!

  • Douglas Purcelle

    Tutorial is clear and works. What is a normal transfer rate using a raspberry pi?

    • Vincent

      At the moment I can say writing TO the NAS has a rate of 0,5 to 1,0 MB per sec. I think reading would be a little better. Don’t forget that the NAS shares its chipset between USB and LAN. Thats the painpoint.

  • Xulescu Nustiucum

    Hi all,
    It’s there any possibility to run an whatever NAS software or OS on a rPi (1) B+ (NOT rPi2, or 3)?

  • Vincent

    Dear writer, thank you very much for your huge help this manual did to me! Nevertheless one question to you regarding point 9 (fstab-file): When I do so and set my usb hdd to the fstab for automatic mount to the system, then the system will not boot when a) the device is not pluged in (or damaged) and b) a second usb HDD is connected to the rasp. The system then reboots into a critical error which says: ‘Emergency mode and root account locked’ (for screenshot and deeper information to the error message see here: https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=193153). Because I want to connect another USB device to keep my first backed up. Thank you for a hint and thank you very much again for this SUPER tutorial, Vincent from Germany

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  • Daan Kentrop

    Help me: After the reboot form step 10 i can not ssh into my pi anymore. Does someone know what to do

    • Eli

      connect your micro sd card to your computer and create a file called ssh without any extension. Then eject it out your computer back into the pi and you should have ssh enabled again.

  • Daan Kentrop

    i followed all steps but if i do: df -h the sda1 does not show up. What did i do wrong

  • Madde 92

    This is a very good and simple guide. I will build my Raspberry Pi NAS server according to this guide. Thank you for this help! 🙂

  • chris

    After configuring to use Raspberry as a NAS server can it still be used for other things like Kodi and other home automation? Or does it have to have the NAS software running 24/7

  • Eli

    The server works when I drag files from the server to my windows machine. However, when I try to drag files to the server I get an error that I need permission to perform the action. Does anyone know how to fix this issue?

  • javed

    Very good instructions.
    I followed it but got an error when i typed » sudo /etc/init.d/samba restart» It says no such command.

    I checked the init.d directory and did not find any word «samba» there.

    What am I doing wrong?

    Please help.