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Category Archives: FreeNAS
The FreeNAS machine is steaming ahead. Another week, another beta. The fourt beta has the usual update of the base system (FreeBSD 6.4, rsync 3.0.4, PHPMailer 2.2.1 and Transmission to 1.34), bug fixes and minor changes. Links: Changelog | Download … Continue reading
Most readers here know about the benefits of having a central fileserver, and especially one that’s BSD based ;-), i.e. FreeNAS. Here’s another success story by Ian Turner who set up a 1Tb of storage with RAID5 Fileserver on the … Continue reading
The FreeNAS guys are doing a great job: another beta release in the .69 series. The forth beta upgrades the underlying FreeBSD system to 6.4. Majors changes: Upgrade to FreeBSD 6.4. Upgrade rsync to 3.0.4. Upgrade PHPMailer to 2.2.1. Upgrade … Continue reading
Volker 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, … Continue reading
ostatic.com recently interviewed Olivier Cochard-Labbe, FreeNAS founder, and Volker Theile, project administrator. FreeNAS is free, lightweight, open source network attached storage (NAS) server software, based on FreeBSD. The following questions were asked: Who is your typical user? How do you … Continue reading
Gary Sims has uploaded another video where he goes through the different available options on the FreeNAS web interface. If you’re interested in setting up your own NAS server, free of charge, watch this video.
FreeNAS, a FreeBSD based Network Attached Server (NAS), is mentioned on the Washington Post today: Network-Attached Storage on the Cheap Based on the FreeBSD operating system (a Unix derivative), FreeNAS is a server operating system that offers lots of features, … Continue reading