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The FreeNAS development team is happy to announce the release of FreeNAS 10 BETA 2. We are also very happy to say that we are now “feature complete” and have feature-parity with FreeNAS 9.10. Anyone who’s been following the FreeNAS 10 development effort knows that FreeNAS 10 represents a complete rewrite of the world’s most …
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iXSystems FreeNAS Mini XL Review

#FreeNAS  review by +Eli the Computer Guy 


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This is how you add CA and SSL certificates to your #freenas  system

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FreeNAS 9.10-RELEASE now available announced by +Jordan Hubbard 
 _This is an interim release between the 9.3 series and 10 (which is still a few months away), using the same UI and middleware that everyone is used to from 9.3 but with new OS underpinnings, specifically FreeBSD 10.3-RC3_
https://forums.freenas.org/index.php?threads/freenas-9-10-release-now-available.42223/

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I upgraded to the nightlies a week or two ago without incident. Upgrade to the release version also worked as expected. The only problem I currently have is that I can't delete snapshots of the various nightlies I installed. (All of the 9.3 snapshots deleted properly.)
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FreeNAS 9.3.1 released 
A small .1 update with many changes. Download from: http://download.freenas.org/latest 

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FreeNAS 10-BETA is Now Available!
after a rather exhausting BETA release cycle and over 3 months of work involving more than 830 tickets resolved we are very proud and excited to finally ship #FreeNAS  10 BETA
Hi folks! Yes, after a rather exhausting BETA release cycle and over 3 months of work involving more than 830 tickets resolved we are very proud and excited to finally ship FreeNAS 10 BETA! Attached to this post are some fancier Release Notes rather than the usual wall of text we post. There will also …
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FreeNAS CLI Preview - FreeNAS
An intuitive command-line interface or CLI for short that allows you to control every aspect of FreeNAS, including exciting new features like object storage and virtualization. Enterprise users familiar with the Cisco and Vyatta CLIs will feel right at home with the FreeNAS CLI

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iXsystems FreeNAS Mini Review

The FreeNAS Mini takes the hassle out of purchasing components, assembling them and installing FreeNAS

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http://www.nasanda.com/2016/03/ixsystems-freenas-mini-nas-device-reviewed/
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FreeNAS 9.3 Permissions Overview by +iXsystems 
Going over permissions properties for Windows, Mac, and Unix on +FreeNAS 9.3

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If you have Windows clients anywhere on your network, you're stuck using CIFS (because Windows petulantly refuses to learn anything else).  What's left unclear is how to set up permissions on a CIFS share that will make sense to both Windows and Linux/*BSD clients.
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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.