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Category Archives: FreeNAS
Gary Sims has added a new FreeNAS tutorial video to the learnfreenas.com website. This second video is a sneak preview of ZFS which is coming in FreeNAS 0.7. Thanks, Gary, for letting me know.
Following the launch of learnfreenas.com Garry Sims has created a tutorial video about configuring RAID 5 on FreeNAS
Garry Sims, the author of Learning FreeNAS, has set up Learn FreeNAS (www.learnfreenas.com), a one-stop-shop for tips, articles, tutorials and videos about FreeNAS the Open Source Network Attached Storage OS
FreeNAS has been awarded with InfoWorld’s Bossie award for being the best free, open source storage server. Even as the capacity of physical disks soars, storage vendors continue to charge a small fortune for network filers. An open source alternative … Continue reading
Volker Theile has announced the availability of the second beta release of FreeNAS 0.69, a tiny FreeBSD-based operating system which provides free Network Attached Storage (NAS) services. Majors changes: Upgrade e2fsprogs to 1.41.0. Upgrade fusefs-ntfs/ntfs-3g to 1.2531. Upgrade Samba to … Continue reading
If you’re just itching for an excuse to reuse that retired desktop PC or laptop sitting in your closet there here’s your chance: the basics of installing FreeNAS, an open-source DIY NAS. So instead of spending money on off the … Continue reading
Folker Theile has announced the release of FreeNAS 0.69 beta 1, a tiny FreeBSD-based operating system for NAS services. From the changelog Upgrade to FreeBSD 6.3; add ‘lagg’ link aggregation and link failover interface support (kernel); switch back to SCHED_4BSD … Continue reading
The FreeNAS team has made a AMD64 build of FreeNAS 0.7 available, which can be downloaded from the nightly build section.