Category: FreeNAS

FreeNASĀ® 11.2-RELEASE User Guide

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FreeNAS tricks Locked out of GUI because of bad SSL Certificate: ssh -L 9000:localhost:80 browse http://localhost:9000/ sqlite3 /data/freenas-v1.db “select * from system_settings” sqlite3 /data/freenas-v1.db “update system_settings set stg_guihttpsredirect = 0, stg_guiprotocol=’http’;” Allow TCP Forwarding and make tunnel: in /etc/ssh/sshd_config AllowTcpForwarding

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How to Upgrade FreeNAS 9.x to 9.3

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How to Install Bullgaria BG Repository on Kodi

  In Settings => File Manager choose Add source. Url: Name the source BG. Add-ons => Install from Zip file. Select BG. Select Install from repository. Select Bg Add-ons. Select Video add-ons. Select free BG TVs. Install anything

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FreeNAS and Couchpotato

A good guide is available here: Freenas 9.2.0 with Transmission and Couchpotato/Sickbeard as a DLNA-Server

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[How-To] Transmission & FreeNAS Shared Mount Points

There is a great tutorial on how to set up FreeNAS with Transmission on the FreeNAS forums: [How-To] Transmission & FreeNAS Shared Mount Points

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FreeNAS – Setting up ZFS

I always was curious about ZFS but haven’t played with it until very recently. I thought it was too complicated and I was afraid it will use up too much space because of the snapshots capability. Few days ago I

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FreeNAS 8 Series

This is a collection of posts related to FreeNAS 8 (ver 8.2 BETA 3). I am just capturing my experience and would be glad if it is helpful for anyone else. * Installing FreeNAS to USB stick (new and simpler

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FreeNAS – Windows (CIFS) Shares on ZFS

In the previous article we talked about Setting up ZFS. Here we are going to create a Windows (CIFS) share that will be accessible on the local network and will demostrate how to use the ZFS snapshots to restore lost

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FreeNAS – Initial configuration

This article is about configuring FreeNAS (v. 8.2 BETA 3). If you haven’t yet installed FreeNAS have a look at Installing FreeNAS to USB stick first. We will assume that FreeNAS was installed and running on a remote computer with

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