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  1. I can say without any doubt that online clothing stuff is good quality or not.
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  2. Indeed. It's all working great now. Thanks all for the help. When I get 5 mins I'll put together a working demo project and post it here.
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  3. Your problem is that the correct definition for those functions in terms of basic datatypes would be: MgErr (*FunctionName)(void* *data); This is a reference to a pointer, which makes all of the difference. A little more clearly written as: MgErr (*FunctionName)(void **data);
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  4. You could use openmediavault with your Pi. Works fine with a PI4 4GB with externally powered USB-C drives or a powered USB-C hub. Or use a SATA hat to connect SATA drives. https://www.openmediavault.org/ VDB
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  5. You are aware that the storage of a Raspberry Pi is actually an SD Flash card? These have a fairly limited lifetime if written to often. So I don't think a Raspberry Pi would be a great platform for a NAS. Maybe if you use a Raspberry Pi Compute Module. You can get them with onboard eMMC Flash memory which is more reliable than an SD card. Still it is soldered on the board and when the flash memory eventually dies (all flash memory eventually dies if you write often to it) then the whole module is bad.
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  6. Well this all depends on what you have, what your budget is, and what purpose the NAS serves. I have lots of random half working computers, so for me making a NAS was about reusing what I could, and upgrading what. I also use mine for a Plex server, and for that I wanted hardware accelerated transcoding, which means an external GPU. So for me a Pi wouldn't work very well at all. But if you are more concerned with power consumption, and formfactor then a Pi might be a good option. For that there's lots of tutorials and configurations, with the easiest just being a USB hard drive connected.
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