Linux and the hungry Penguin

Configuring storage in FreeNAS

Posted: 2008-10-25 06:45, Edited: 2008-10-25 11:45

An excerpt from Hungry Pengiun's book Learning FreeNAS has been published by The excerpt is called "Configuring storage in FreeNAS"... Here is an excerpt from the excerpt!!!

The essence of the FreeNAS server is to provide storage that is easily accessible from the network. To this end, it is important to understand how FreeNAS handles hard disks and how they can be configured and used to provide the best and most reliable storage for your network.

Go one and read the excerpt Configuring storage in FreeNAS

Hungry Penguin's PC-BSD 7 review

Category: Me
Posted: 2008-10-07 06:03, Edited: 2008-10-07 11:03

I (Hungry Penguin) have written another article for, this time about PC-BSD.

Until recently FreeBSD lacked an easy-to-use desktop version. In 2005 the PC-BSD project was started to provide just that. This month PC-BSD version 7 was released. I downloaded and installed it to see how it squares up to user-friendly Linux distributions like Ubuntu.

I had high expectations of PC-BSD, as much is said of FreeBSD's stability and security, and having used FreeNAS, which is based on FreeBSD, I knew that FreeBSD has lots to offer... Follow the link below to see what I found out.

Read more here.
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