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    Sistem de operare pentru media servere/ NAS bazat pe Linux (FreeNAS)

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    Vin in intampinarea celor care se gandesc sa-si construiasca acasa un file server sau un multimedia server la care eventual sa se poata conecta inclusiv "remote".
    Sistemul de operare se numeste FreeNas si este in prezent la versiunea 9.1.1. Beneficiaza standard de serviciile obisnuite in cazul unui NAS cum ar fi : AFP, CIFS, FTP, iSCSI, SSH dar poate prin intermediul sistemului de plugin-uri sa gazduiasca in noua versiune si servicii ale popularelor servicii Bit Torrent, Couch Potato, DLNA mini media server, OwnCloud si mai ales cel mai important pentru mine PLEX Media Server.

    Documentatia si download-ul aici: http://www.freenas.org/

    Totul absolut Free si nu provoaca dureri de cap ( foarte mari ) , instalabil pe un stick USB, poate rula pe aproape orice PC vechi sau nou. Pentru avansati mentionez disponibilitatea ssitemului de fisiere ZFS, teoretic cel mai sigur sistem de fisiere pentru solutii de stocare. Detin un astfel de server si ii pot consilia pe cei interesati in construirea unui astfel de sistem.

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    Tocmai a fost lansata ultima versiune FreeNAS 9.2.1.
    Link: http://www.freenas.org/whats-new/201...1-release.html
    Suporta Samba 3 de acum. Alte update-uri in link-ul de mai sus.

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    dar are bug-uri

    daca ai doar user 'root' pierzi accesul la share-uri CIFS
    ceva legat de dns..

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    Ceea ce spui tu este posibil sa se fi intamplat insa mie unuia nu mi s-a intamplat niciodata. PRobabil tine si de setari si/sau hardware.

    Ultima versiune aparuta ieri:

    Announcing FreeNAS 9.2.1.1-RELEASE

    Quote Originally Posted by iXSystems
    Yes, it’s our first point release to a point release! We are not particularly thrilled that we had to do one, but there were some Samba (CIFS) and jail related bugs (including a panic!) that definitely made it necessary; we’ve done little else for the last 2 weeks but tracking them down and stomping on them! Our thanks also go out to the Samba team (you know who you are) who helped us to identify and fix some of the key issues, as well as to FreeNAS developer John Hixson, who worked extra hard on diagnosing and fixing the CIFS issues!
    Mai multe detalii aici: http://www.freenas.org/whats-new/201...1-release.html

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    FreeNAS 9.2.1.2-RELEASE disponibil.

    This point release for 9.2.1 fixes even more issues found in 9.2.1.1 in CIFS, NFS locking, the new .system dataset, ACLs, migration during upgrades, serial consoles, and a few smaller things. All bugs fixed in 9.2.1.2-RELEASE can be found here.

    From a high level, these are the most significant changes:

    Samba (SMB/CIFS support) upgraded to version 4.1.5
    Linux Jails now work with UFS
    NFS lockd now starts properly at boot time
    Serial console misconfiguration is now harder to do.
    Logging to .system dataset is now optional. If you have an old syslog dataset (which is how this was formerly done), you are strongly encouraged to transition to the new .system/syslog dataset by enabling that option in System->Settings->Advanced and simply deleting your old syslog dataset.

    http://www.freenas.org/whats-new/201...available.html

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    Introduction to FreeNAS Development by John Hixson


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    Why I’m Switching from Synology to FreeNAS

    http://www.notquitemainstream.com/20...gy-to-freenas/

    Un articol foarte bine scris despre un software free foarte bine realizat aflat cu mult peste solutiile comerciale disponibile la ora actuala.

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    Windows to FreeNAS backup


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    Announcing FreeNAS 9.2.1.3-RELEASE


    High level features for 9.2.1.3:

    * Samba (SMB/CIFS support) upgraded to version 4.1.6
    * Netatalk (AFP support) upgraded to version 3.1.1
    * ZFS replication status is now provided in ZFS Replication UI
    * The bug preventing FTP from starting when logging to system dataset has been fixed.

    Link: http://www.freenas.org/whats-new/201...3-release.html

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    How To: Set up Time Machine for Multiple Macs on FreeNAS (9.2.1.3)

    http://www.notquitemainstream.com/20...eenas-9-2-1-3/

    And before I get started with the step by step guide, let me reiterate one thing: Permissions, Permissions, Permissions! If you ever find yourself banging your head against a wall because something in FreeNAS isn't working as you expect it to, the likely culprit is permissions. Once you wrap your brain around them, though, things become more simple. Hopefully this guide helps put a foundation around that.

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