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Thread: Is it possible to rip a CD directly to an NAS drive?

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    Is it possible to rip a CD directly to an NAS drive?

    For example, WD My Cloud drive: https://www.bestbuy.com/site/wd-my-c...?skuId=5990210

    Or would you have to rip to the internal drive or external drive that is connected by cable first and then move it to the NAS drive?

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    Re: Is it possible to rip a CD directly to an NAS drive?

    Quote Originally Posted by ripcd View Post
    For example, WD My Cloud drive: https://www.bestbuy.com/site/wd-my-c...?skuId=5990210

    Or would you have to rip to the internal drive or external drive that is connected by cable first and then move it to the NAS drive?

    are you able to give the NAS drive a letter drive in your windows machine? If so, you should be able to rip directly there, just by pointing to that "letter" drive in the ripper location setting.

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    Re: Is it possible to rip a CD directly to an NAS drive?

    I don't know, I don't have it yet, I'm trying to decide whether to buy it or not.

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    Re: Is it possible to rip a CD directly to an NAS drive?

    You have to look if the NAS offers a SMB/Samba service. WD's NASs do it.


    Dat Ei

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    Re: Is it possible to rip a CD directly to an NAS drive?

    Assuming you can write directly to the drive (which you should be able to), what's your backup strategy?

    I have a dedicated hard drive in my PC that holds the master copy of my music, which then gets synced to a backup server and a Pi (with attached storage) for streaming purposes.

    The device you linked to doesn't appear to have RAID (not that RAID is a backup), so it looks more like a backup target.

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