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Category Archives: FreeNAS
Dave Lawlor at trainsignaltraining.com has created a beginners friendly tutorial for installing and configuring FreeNAS. In this demo I am going to walk you through setting up one of those alternatives, called FreeNAS.FreeNAS, as you might have been able to … Continue reading
This is a great story (Why we designed our own NAS Servers for use in our Data Center) where a company moves to open source software (i.e. FreeNAS) due to poor and expensive customer service. Technetium Inc, hosting solutions, moved … Continue reading
iXsystems, the corporate sponsor behind PC-BSD and many BSD related Conferences, has released a NAS server wth FreeNAS: Titan FreeNAS Storage Appliance. The Titan FreeNAS storage appliance provides security, scalability, and flexibility at a low total cost of ownership. Attach the Titan … Continue reading
Volker Theile has announced the availability of the second release candidate for FreeNAS 0.69, a FreeBSD-based operating system providing free Network-Attached Storage (NAS) services: This will hopefully be the last release candidate before a stable release can be published. So … Continue reading
“Learning FreeNAS“, by Gary Sims, is a useful book for anybody new to FreeNAS and also handy for the advanced user to check something every now and then. This book will show you how to work with FreeNAS and set it up … Continue reading
The FreeNAS Project announced the availability of the first release candidate for FreeNAS 0.69, a FreeBSD-based operating system which provides free Network-Attached Storage (NAS) services. Major changes: Modify password handling for user ‘admin’. Because of that the password will be … Continue reading
The last FreeNAS beta (0.69) has built-in support for Bittorrent. This guide shows step-by-step how to set it up and use it.