All these I needed to do on my RaspberryPI so that I can share a mounted USB drive to the entire network and to be accessible fully without any authentication. I know, not very smart, but try to configure a TV, 2 iPads, 1 iPhone, 1 Android and one Internet radio to access it. My USB Hdd is /dev/sda1 and it is mounted on /media/usb /etc/samba/smb.conf security = share guest account = nobody [media] comment= Media read only = no path = /media guest ok = yes browseable = yes public = yes guest only = yes guest account = nobody /etc/fstab /dev/sda1 /media/usb ntfs noatime,users,uid=0,gid=0,fmask=0111,dmask=0 0 2 Note: This will allow all rights on the /media/usb to all users. Don’t forget to restart the system or the services.
It all started when a friend told me that he is building a router with a all-in-one motherboard with an Atom processor inside. I always wanted to build a computer in order to solve these problems: to be there for the entire family at any time, even if I am not at home my and Mihaela’s calendars are merged, common appointments are automatically added to both of us, remote access is possible direct access to the entire videos (all possible formats including ISOs and MKV), photos (all formats including ORF), music collection(many formats, including AAE) is possible. A prerequisite for this is have a mediacenter software which simply works without patching it every week compiling weeks packages in order to hope to make it work and render all formats mentioned above and last but not least I can record cartoons from TV for my son without having to be in front of the TV! A prerequisite for this is Have a TV-Tuner (either internal or external via USB) which can receive the programs via cable or via satellite Have drivers for the operating system I have chosen Be able to control it from that operating system and mediacenter software So, these are my…
I bought from eBay a brand new Networked Attached Storage server without HDD for 51 euro. Cheap and nice toy.. but … The company from which I bought it, advised me to upgrade the firmware via the web interface. And I did, poor me 🙁 Needless to say that the box is dead now. During the upgrade, I got a timeout from the box and since then it just didn’t work. I wrote to the support of Conceptronic and followed their advice, but without success. Still trying.