FreeNAS

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FreeNAS
Freenasgui.png
Screenshot of FreeNAS WebGUI
Developer(s) Olivier Cochard-Labbe
Volker Theile
Operating system BSD
Platform i386/IA-32
Available in English
French
German
Italian
Spanish
Romanian
Japanese
Chinese Simplified
Chinese Traditional
Dutch
Russian
Type Computer storage
License BSD license
Website freenas.org

FreeNAS is a free network-attached storage server. It supports CIFS (Samba), FTP, NFS, rsync, AFP protocols, iSCSI, S.M.A.R.T., local user authentication, and software RAID (0,1,5). It can be configured with a web browser. FreeNAS takes less than 64 MB once installed on CompactFlash, hard drive or USB flash drive.[1] FreeNAS is currently distributed as an ISO image and in source form. It is possible to run FreeNAS from a Live CD, with the configuration files stored on an MS-DOS-formatted floppy disk. There is also a VMware disk image available.

FreeNAS is based on m0n0wall.

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