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.
– 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)
The FreeNAS Development Team.
Since FreeNAS 8 binaries snapshots are available, here is a little HOW-TO with one disk shared by CIFS.
- log on the webgui with login “admin” and password “freenas”
- Declare the disk
- Create a “group” (single) using previously declared disk
- Create a volume (mount point) using previously created group
- Enable a share service
- Add a share corresponding to the service previously enabled
Detailed steps with screen-shots:
- Go in Disk: Add disk
- Add your hard drive:
- Go in Disk: Group disk
- Create a “single” group type:
- Go in Disk, Create Volume
- Enter the detail of this Volume (mount point):
- Go in Services, CIFS/SMB
- Enable CIFS by Checking ON and clicking on save:
- Go in Services, CIFS/SMB, Add share
- Create your CIFS share by entering the name of your share, a description and the name of the volume you want to share, then click on save:
Share available with CIFS