FreeNAS on Linux Handbook

Never thought of having shared folders always available? Do not depend on whether your partner has the computer turned on. With FreeNAS we can have our shared resources always available on our local network.

This time we share a manual about FreeNAS made by one of our readers. It explains what FreeNAS is, what it is used for, how to install it, how to configure it, etc.

This is a contribution from Miguel Ángel Ginés Vázquez, thus becoming one of the winners of our weekly competition: «Share what you know about Linux«. Congratulations Miguel!


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  1.   Bryan Rodriguez said

    I have had problems with the manual because I think it is poorly prepared.

  2.   gonzalezmd said

    Thank you very much for sharing, we will replicate the information.

  3.   Diego said

    Thank you very much for the contribution

  4.   Algave said

    Very good, I will have time to try it, thank you very much! 🙂

  5.   lbgcod4 said

    I need help with FreeNAS, I am trying to configure FreeNAS in a virtual machine and when saving the changes in the webui, it always gets stuck loading the changes
    I leave a snapshot to explain myself better.