Learning FreeNAS by Gary Sims
Learning FreeNAS Gary Sims ebook
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd.
ISBN: 1847194680, 9781847194688
If you want to check out FreeNAS 7—now called NAS4Free—you can still view our old guide here. It has a bit higher of a learning curve maybe, but once you get it I'd argue it isn't quite as hard as it looks. With that said, I admit that FreeNAS has a larger learning curve than WHS (pretty automated setup and configuration from start to finish). Author Joe | Comment Post a Comment | Share Article. File transfer speeds are also pretty good over my newly installed Gigabit network. Still learning, but will try not to restart my diskless box unless I absolutely have to. Andrew may have some further good ideas on what the heck its doing as I don't know how to troubleshoot NFS on BSD underneath freenas yet. But like I said, I think FreeNAS 7 was still really complicated. FreeNAS is a versatile platform and I look forward to learning more about it in the future. One nice feature of FreeNAS is that it can be installed on a USB flash drive and run as a Live distribution (For a full list of compatible hardware, check out the FreeBSD Hardware Compatibility List.) The BIOS on your machine will have to support Boot from USB in order for this to work; fortunately, . Our old guide used FreeNAS 7, which is great, but the new FreeNAS 8 makes installing plugins for BitTorrent, media streaming, Usenet, and other tasks much easier. Reasonably comfortable just lazy to learn all them commands & parameters. Chrisbedford Updated - 4th Apr 2011.
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