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Note: DLNA will give access to your files on RaspberryPi through your local wireless network. Be careful choosing directories to expose. Supposing you’ve already a RaspberryPi NAS: Change media dir to: where /media/MYDRIVE is the mount point and music is your music directory and A is the flag for Audio (leave unchanged for music, for …

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I wrote an article about transforming Raspberry Pi into a NAS to share files on a local network with an external usb storage: see technical details there, for brevity here just suppose you’ve a Raspberry PI  on local network with a USB drive attached. Since Raspberry PI has limited resources, my choice go to Transmission daemon. …

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