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Category Archives: FreeNAS
I have some news links an leftovers for you from (the) last (few) week(s): 1. PC-BSD 8.1 [Review] We always wonder why is it that Microsoft makes us pay to use its OS, so why not shift to Linux or … Continue reading
Warner Losh from iXsystems announced the availability of a FreeNAS 8 alpha build today. The iXsystems engineering team has moderized FreeNAS in a number of ways. We wanted a platform that was more extensible than the current m0m0wall-based framework allowed. … Continue reading
Back in December 2009 iXsystems ’resued‘ the FreeNAS project. After a few months of porting over FreeNAS from a m0n0wall base to a nanobsd base, iXsystems released a development snapshot yesterday. Yesterday, iXsystems upload a snapshot of their new FreeNAS release on the SVN. The new … Continue reading
FreeNAS 0.7.1 (Shere) was released today. This version is a maintenance release of FreeNAS 0.7 and it improves the functions and the translations of WebGUI. It also introduces a few new features such as AIO (asynchronous I/O) support in CIFS/SMB – … Continue reading
Pox and Ragble give an in depth guide for making your own Network Attached Storage device with FreeNAS.
The FreeNAS developers have released a small update/bugfix vresion, version 0.7.1: Majors changes: Upgrade e2fsprogs to 1.41.9 Upgrade istgt to version 20100125 Upgrade msmtp to 1.4.19 Upgrade transmission to 1.76 Upgrade PHP to 5.2.12 Upgrade fuppes to 0.660 Upgrade rsync … Continue reading