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April 19, 2020 at 12:12 pm in reply to: v1.0 AlphaX-Beta4 installs produce unbootable USB media on older motherboard. #11235
Thanks for the info
I did many mistakes in this version
I hope it will be ok in Beta 5
the major move I did, is going to OpenSUSE tumbleweed,
that will allow to keep the same OS version without replacing it.
Thanks for the info,
I’ll try to emulate the issue
added to repo.
it’s available only via the 1.0 versions
the 0.8 is not being updated any more.
if you’ll install the latest Beta Version you can install it under:
Systems -> Addons
however, since there are many changes in EasyNAS there are many missing translation,
I will fix everything before version 1.0 will out
I will add the SHA256
I’m sorry the 32bit is based on an old opensuse that I can’t reproduce any more
I will try to setup a new ver 1.0 32bit if technology allows.
you can create the translation files your self easily
enter the shell of the appliance
all language files are located under /easynas/lang
English is under en-en
you will need to add additional dir similar to en-en
and translate all the english files into it.
it’s very strait forward
when you are done, let me know I can add it into EasyNAS distro.
Yariv.January 9, 2020 at 2:04 pm in reply to: stuck in the 1-7 menu. How do I browse to that address? #10729
EasyNAS has a web based managment system
you need to open your browser and put the url you see on the console
sorry about that, EasyNAS is being rewritten
everything will be fixed in version 1.0
Thanks for your comments,
indeed smart tools is something I wish to implement.
Due to the fact I’m rewriting the entire GUI and since I’m the only one that maintain EasyNAS, it takes me time to implement stuff.
This is an Alpha version.
Not all options have been implemented.
All features will be available soon in he beta version.
still didn’t tried to implement everything in a docker image.
the issue is especially in easynas, that the filesystem is bases on the kernel
so even if I can update the docket very often, it will still use the kernel from the host.
I have a way to update EasyNAS with a kernel and still save all the settings.
it seems the hosting company had issues,
everything should be back to normal.
regarding the project,
it’s still going – S L O W
I hope to get a second Alpha soon
FTP allows you to download / upload files, currently there is no other settings beside turning it on or off.
when you are turning FTP on , you can use any EasyNAS user credentials to connect the FTP server. you will be able to download or upload a file based on the user ownership
I hope this helps.
you should start by planning how much storage you like,
and how much storage you are willing to sacrifice for durability
the best practice is to use Raid 5 – you will need to sacrifice only 1 hd
and will get a decent recovery option when one of your hd will fail.
to start your NAS in easyNAS is simple:
1. create a filesystem with your HDs
2. create a volume
3. create a shred dir