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Decrypt (or Encrypt) NAS4Free Config

I’ve written about NAS4Free before – it’s a super NAS solution that packs a tonne of great features and offer good performance even on older hardware, ideal for a home file/media server. 574 more words


Adding a hard disk to a ZFS pool

Adding a hard disk to my ZFS, based on this How To.


Import disks

Click on tool next to hard disk for settings (standby time, description, …) 50 more words

Looking at a Minimalist NAS

I’ve always been enamored with the simple, plain, minimalist things in life. This series of pages is devoted to minimalism in the realm of NAS (network attached storage) – and a particular version of it I’ve found that intrigues me…

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Setting up a personal cloud

My reliable cloud service — AeroFS — is switching from a hybrid system (what was available when I first signed up) in which relay servers are run by Aero to a system in which each company/user has to run its own server. 562 more words


Installing NAS4Free on an HP Gen8 Microserver

I recently bought a HP Proliant Microserver Gen8. It was < £170 (because I bought it from a Spanish company though Amazon DE, in the UK it was about £15 more at the time), which makes it nearly as cheap as a two bay Synology NAS, but with much better hardware. 697 more words