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The following video, created by the FreeNAS team, shows you how to configure FreeNAS for FTP. FreeNAS 8.0.4-BETA2 is out for testing. Changes since 8.0.4-BETA1: Enhancements Update transmission to 2.42 (SF r10093). Add MegaCLI tool (SF r10072, r10073). Disable periodic tasks … Continue reading
Juraj has announced version 2.0 of his MaheshaBSD project. MaheshaBSD is a desktop OS based on FreeBSD 9.0-RELEASE (i386) with IceWM. MaheshaBSD has four goals: 1) It will boot off a CD or a USB stick and users may immediately start browsing … Continue reading
FreeNAS is in the running for the Sourceforge March Project of the Month. If you like and use FreeNAS, why not take a minute and cast your vote?
Chris Duckett from zdnet news compared PC-BSD’s installer and FreeBSD’s new bsdinstall (screenshots). FreeBSD and PC-BSD installers in pictures We all know which one looks better and has the best features….
The PC-BSD project is in the process of creating a series of instructional videos to help new users get familiar with the operating system, and showing some of the advanced features to those already using PC-BSD. The first video, giving … Continue reading
If you’d like to use FreeBSD as a desktop system, you’ll have to invest a lot of time in setting up the operating system and installing all the right packages. Obviously, this is a serious barrier for a lot of … Continue reading
Some brief highlights from the Release Notes: The image size increased in 8.0.1-BETA3. The new size requires a 2 GB storage device. The GUI upgrade can be used to upgrade a system from BETA3, BETA4, or RC1 but upgrades from … Continue reading