beta release: FreeNAS 0.69b3

FreeNAS LogoVolker Theile has announced the third beta release of FreeNAS 0.69, a minimalist, FreeBSD-based operating system providing easy-to-setup Network-Attached Storage (NAS) services:

Today a new beta version of FreeNAS 0.69 has been released. As soon as FreeBSD 6.4 is released, expect the next and hopefully stable FreeNAS version.

Major changes:

  • add nullfs.ko and unionfs.ko kernel modules;
  • display warning message when user is going to delete software RAID or encrypted volume;
  • add ‘Recursive’, ‘Times’, ‘Compress’ and ‘Archive’ checkboxes to RSYNC client in local WebGUI;
  • add ‘Delete algorithm’ option in RSYNC client in local WebGUI;
  • add ‘Execute now’ button in RSYNC client in local WebGUI;
  • add NVIDIA nForce MCP on-board Ethernet support;
  • add audio and video transcoding support to fuppes;
  • increase mfs_root size to 74MB (32-bit) and 80MB (64-bit);
  • CTorrent BitTorrent client has been replaced by Transmission which includes a WebGUI….”

Release announcement 

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