If you want to build a Network Attached Storage device on a Raspberry Pi, this video is for you. Using a Raspberry Pi 4, the Argon One M.2 case, and OpenMediaVault – I show you how to build a NAS of your very own. I’ll cover an unboxing of the case, assembly, OS tweaks, and I’ll go over a one-line command to install OpenMediaVault.
This video is the first of several low-energy server ideas I’ll be showing off. This time around, we explore the setup of a storage server, but on a Raspberry Pi. This will greatly decrease power-usage. OpenMediaVault will be installed on the Raspberry Pi, and you’ll see the entire process in this video.