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The History of FreeNAS & TrueNAS
The FreeNAS project got its start way back in 2005, when Olivier Cochard-Labbé wanted to turn his old PC into a home server. There wasn’t an open source project that fit all of his needs, so he did what any self-respecting software developer would do

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Development continued until 2009, when one of the project developers proposed moving FreeNAS to a Debian Linux based system. This move would have meant losing access to the FreeBSD community and the overall quality of its software, and FreeNAS would also lose its native ZFS support, since the ZFS On Linux project didn’t even exist at that time. iXsystems had used FreeNAS for many years and sold servers specifically made for FreeNAS, so Matt Oland...
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DCIG Research Awards iXsystems TrueNAS "Excellent" Rating
Ranked "Best-of-Class" in the hardware category and "Excellent" for software
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FreeNAS vs TrueNAS
“What’s the difference between TrueNAS and FreeNAS? Is TrueNAS just FreeNAS installed on a server?” If you look at the software feature list, there aren’t a ton of differences. So really….what’s the difference?
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FreeNAS 9.3 Shares Overview (AFP, NFS, CIFS, + New WebDAV)
The FreeNAS Team at +iXsystems has uploaded a new video showing how to set up shares in FreeNAS 9.3 (including new WebDAV shares).


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+Karl Kanalz I agree with Ed Schernau!  Video articles REALLY suck!  Give me the words so I can print 'em and put 'em in a binder for future reference!
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FreeNAS & ZFS: The Indestructible DuoExcept for the Hard Drives
At this year’s +MeetBSD California, +Josh Paetzel, a core member of the +FreeNAS Development Team, demonstrated the failover capabilities of FreeNAS… by pulling the drives out of two FreeNAS Minis and completely destroying them.
http://www.freenas.org/whats-new/2014/12/freenas-zfs-the-indestructible-duo-except-for-the-hard-drives-2.html

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Yeah, too bad for those hard drive... But that is the way to show how "high availability" it is in real production...
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FreeNAS State of the Union (November 2014) - by +Jordan Hubbard  
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The History of FreeNAS & TrueNAS
+iXsystems has put up a blogpost going into the history of FreeNAS and TrueNAS

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Development continued until 2009, when one of the project developers proposed moving FreeNAS to a Debian Linux based system. This move would have meant losing access to the FreeBSD community and the overall quality of its software, and FreeNAS would also lose its native ZFS support, since the ZFS On Linux project didn’t even exist at that time. iXsystems had used FreeNAS for many years and sold servers specifically made for FreeNAS, so Matt Oland...
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A guide to selecting and building FreeNAS hardware, written by the FreeNAS Team, is long past overdue by now. For that, we apologize. The issue was the depth and complexity of the subject, as you'll see by the extensive nature of this four part guide, due to the variety of ways FreeNAS can be ...
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Use supported hardware, don't scrimp on RAM.  Next article please?
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How to Install Owncloud in a FreeNAS jail
+FreeNAS community member DrKK created a tutorial on how to install +ownCloud in #FreeNAS . 
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FreeNAS 9.3 Released
This FreeNAS update is a significant evolutionary step from previous FreeNAS releases, featuring a simplified and reorganized Web User Interface, support for Microsoft ODX and Windows 2012 clustering, better VMWare integration, including VAAI support, a new and more secure update system with roll-back functionality, and hundreds of other technology enhancements.
Here's an early Christmas present for you all: FreeNAS 9.3! This FreeNAS update is a significant evolutionary step from previous FreeNAS releases, featuring a simplified and reorganized Web User Interface, support for Microsoft ODX and Windows 2012 clustering, better VMWare integration, ...
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Video articles suck - waste of bandwidth, and people can read much faster than you can speak.
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FreeNAS 9.3 Released
This FreeNAS update is a significant evolutionary step from previous FreeNAS releases, featuring a simplified and reorganized Web User Interface, support for Microsoft ODX and Windows 2012 clustering, better VMWare integration, including VAAI support, a new and more secure update system with roll-back functionality, and hundreds of other technology enhancements. 
Here's an early Christmas present for you all: FreeNAS 9.3! This FreeNAS update is a significant evolutionary step from previous FreeNAS releases, featuring a simplified and reorganized Web User Interface, support for Microsoft ODX and Windows 2012 clustering, better VMWare integration, ...
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So this will be the third time I have tried to run FreeNAS. The previous two were horrible experiences.
I have a Mac-Mini mid-2010, Core 2 2.66GHz, 8GB ram.
Will FreeNAS work with this hardware, because so far it doesn't recognize any of my boot media.
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FreeNAS 9.2.1.9 is now available
With 9.3-RELEASE just around the corner, we thought it was time to give the folks still running 9.2.1.x a little update – an update release to the 9.2.1-BRANCH which fixes just a few strategic bugs that are nonetheless impacting folks
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FreeNAS: A FreeBSD based Open Source Storage Platform
Introduction
FreeNAS® is an Open Source Storage Platform based on FreeBSD and supports sharing across Windows, Apple, and UNIX-like systems. 

FreeNAS® is developed by iXsystems includes ZFS, which supports high storage capacities and integrates file systems and volume management into a single piece of software.

This FreeNAS page has been set up and is maintained by +Gerard van Essen. He loves FreeNAS, NAS Storage and the FreeBSD operating system. FreeNAS combines these all.