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Category Archives: FreeNAS
The following are some links I’ve saved up with regards to FreeNAS, the FreeBSD/m0n0wall based, open source Network Attached Storage operating system. 1. More Uses For Old PCs and Laptops The Telegraph.co.uk has an article on how to re-use that … Continue reading
Volker Theile has announced the release of FreeNAS 0.69.1 (Omnius), an updated version of the FreeBSD-based operating system providing free Network-Attached Storage (NAS) services. Majors changes: Upgrade Samba to 3.0.34. Upgrade ProFTPD to 1.3.2. Upgrade mDNSResponder to 1.08.6. Upgrade lighttpd to 1.4.22. … Continue reading
Packt Publishing who have published Network Administration with FreeBSD 7 have made a sample chapter (Chapter 11 – Network Configuration) available as a free PDF download) Download here. There’s also a free chapter available of Learning FreeNAS.
James Cochran has put together a post on how to install FreeNAS within VirtualBox, Sun’s virtual PC software.
FrugalNYC has been using FreeNAS a lot over the last few weeks and put together some useful posts: 9 great things about FreeNAS 9 Reasons To Use FreeNAS At Work 11 FreeNAS Tips Data Recovery using FreeNAS Are you using … Continue reading
Dave Lawlor has put together some really easy-to-follow instructions on how to install and configure FreeNAS. FreeNAS is a free NAS (Network-Attached Storage) server, supporting: CIFS (samba), FTP, NFS, AFP, RSYNC, iSCSI protocols, S.M.A.R.T., local user authentication, Software RAID (0,1,5) … Continue reading
Thaed shows in this video step-by-step how he’s giving his old Pentium 4 a new lease of life as his home’s file server. On this video FreeNAS 0.686 is installed; currently FreeNAS 0.69 is available which is looking a whole lot … Continue reading
The FreeNAS Team has released FreeNAS 0.69 Kwisatz Haderach (revision 4276) today. Congratulations to the team for their hard work! Links: Release Announcement | Full changelog | Download | Website The following additions and changes have been made since 0.686.4. Majors changes: Add … Continue reading