How to Setup Your Own Personal Cloud Storage

How to Setup Your Own Personal Cloud Storage



How to Setup Your Own Personal Cloud Storage

If you want to setup you own cloud storage media server for your friends and family then this is the video for you. I will show you step by step guide on how to setup your raspberry pi 3 with open media vault on raspberry pi 3.

I will be making part 2 where you can access data from out side your network.

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30 thoughts on “How to Setup Your Own Personal Cloud Storage

  1. Thanks for this. I am not technical at all, but would love to set this up. Is there any subscription cost for access to the cloud when setting it up this way? Sorry if this is such a naïve question for all of you techies that understand all of this better. I've had two external hard drives crash losing everything. So silly of me to not keep it on cloud storage years ago. I am imagining that the external hard drive is just a conduit to the cloud in this case? Is there a way to set it up so that it is automatically uploading everything to the cloud and not us manually saving there each time. I would need to be able to cable connect my phone to the computer in order to upload photos and videos from my phone to the cloud, correct?

  2. The Raspberry Pi images are no longer listed on SourceForge, if I want to duplicate this project, is there any other place I can download them from?

  3. Please can I have the link for the part 2 of this video🙏🙏🙏
    Awesome video by the way 👍👍 👍👍

  4. Part 2 is still missing, please please, produce the video, as you promised to do, because many people are waiting

  5. Is it possible to mount also rest of the micro-SD card space (which contains the open media vault files) as a storage in media vault? Or do I always have to use an external storage?

  6. Fantastic and well made video!

    I understood the steps perfectly fine and didn't even have to bother rewinding at all as you speak clearly and calmly.

    Thank you for the effort you have put into your tutorial

  7. Real nice presentation but the formatting is unnecessary, Etcher wipes the card clean before flashing.

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