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FreeNAS 0.686b2 released

Over the weekend FreeNAS 0.686b2 was released. Download link Majors changes: Set correct sysid when formating disks with FAT32(0x0b) and EXT2(0x83). Enable user to set volume label when formating disk using EXT2. Refactor complete disk/RAID...
FreeNAS 0.686b1 Released

FreeNAS 0.686b1 Released

Today the release of FreeNAS 0.686b1 has been anounced via the mailinglist. Version o.685RC2 has been skipped because all its improvements and fixes are also included in 0.686b1. Download here Majors changes: Upgrade fusefs-ntfs to 1.1004. Upgrade lighttpd to 1.4.18....

Low-Cost Storage Tools

The Processor website has published (19/10/2007) an article “Low-Cost Storage Tools – Open-Source Projects Provide Increasing Choices” that gives a short description of the following open source storage tools: Amanda FreeNAS NASLite Open Filer...
FreeNAS article in german PC magazine

FreeNAS article in german PC magazine

Daten verteilen leicht gemacht Wenn Sie Besitzer mehrerer Computer und/oder Notebooks sind, kennen Sie das Problem: Daten befinden sich nie dort, wo sie gerade gebraucht werden. Die Lösung dieses Problems ist eine Netzwerkfestplatte, auf die alle Rechner zugreifen...
Best of open source in storage

Best of open source in storage

FreeNAS takes our Bossie for best open source NAS server. FreeNAS is far and away the most mature open source NAS platform, built on a FreeBSD base and backed by an active community. Providing CIFS, NFS, FTP, iSCSI, RSYNC, and AFP (Apple File Protocol) support, not to...