FreeNAS 0.7.2.5462 Sabanda Released!

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The FreeNAS Development Team is pleased to announce the availability of FreeNAS 0.7.2 Sabanda. This is a maintenance release of FreeNAS 0.7. it improves it’s functions and the translations of the WEBGUI. Also we did add 2 new translations and give it some new features.

New Features
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- Samba 3.5.5.
- AIO settings from the WEBGUI.
- AMD CPU on-die digital thermal sensor.
- Advanced format 4kb sector (UFS/GPT data partition)
(data partition in the boot disk is always aligned to 32KB)
- Virtual machine guest support (VMware and Virtialbox)

Full release notes:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/freenas/files//stable/0.7.2/NOTES%200.7.2.txt/view

Download:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/freenas/files/

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Comments (5)

  • Jonas

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    Did i get this right?
    With this release it’s no problem using 4K discs like WD Green 2TB and ZFS in a RAID.

    Cheers and keep the good work up!

    Jonas

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  • Sebastian

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    Hi…
    At first, FreeNAS is an excellent solution. Second, how could i get working dropbox application on a FreeNAS box? Third, Thanks for all.

    Reply

  • wigglethorpe

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    I’m not sure where we can get the release from. Sourceforge even reports the release notes aren’t available. Where can we get the updates?

    Reply

  • Rafael

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    hi can i upgrade from shere to sabanda? and if so will i loose my configuration…

    Reply

  • Olen

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    The best new feature are the non-stop faults. I love a NAS that won’t run for more than 10 minutes without crashing.

    I’m so glad I violated the “if it ain’t broke don’t fix it” rule and upgraded.

    Reply

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