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Start [Auto-hébergement] Installing subsonic on freenas (and bonus upgrade instructions) | ben.parmeter. I can’t recall if I’ve talked about FreeNAS before on this blog, but if I haven’t that may be a topic for another time. Besides, lots of other folks have written about it in the past. It’s great network storage for backing up all of our documents, photos, videos and music in one place with built in RAID backup. It’s amazing. And now with Subsonic, we have the option of installing software that can stream music (and now video) to any web browser or even smart phone on the internet. Very cool. Once again, I’m writing a really, really nerdy post as a public service to those out there who want to do the same and haven’t gotten enough guidance elsewhere on the internet.

Also this will serve as a persistent memory for my inevitable re-install later. Before starting, it’s really important that you have enough space on your FreeNAS OS partition to hold Subsonic. Step 1: Prepare your server for the installation. Before getting started, enable SSH access to your FreeNAS server. . $ chmod 777 * From: Subsonic streaming server on FreeNAS | Ozzik's blog.

Today I decided to share my experience of installing the Subsonic streaming server on FreeNAS. Why Subsonic? Well, it’s nice looking, it’s free, it can play any format and it uses a web-based player. Most of the info I took from this post. Before I start, I wanna mention that I’m using the latest FreeNAS version, which is 0.7, based on FreeBSD 7. .

$ pkg_add -v -r xtrans $ pkg_add -v -r xproto $ pkg_add -v -r xextproto $ pkg_add -v -r javavmwrapper $ pkg_add -v -r mac $ pkg_add -v -r lame $ pkg_add -v -r flac I mostly have mp3, flac and ape in my collection, so YMMV if you have other formats - look it up. Pkg_add -r -v Then we install java from here. Next we install the Java package: $ pkg_add -v diablo-jre-freebsd7.i386. watch the version - don’t just copy/paste. Now we install the Subsonic server itself. Mkdir /var/subsonic mkdir /var/subsonic/standalone tar xvzf subsonic-3.8-standalone.tar.gz Enjoy! Ozzik. Learn FreeNAS » Tips. Configuring FTP, TFTP & SSH Services in FreeNAS 8 FreeNAS 8 is an excellent Network Attached Storage (NAS) solution and is ideal for providing Windows machines access to storage over the network.

However, FreeNAS can do much more. The Common Internet File System (CIFS), which is used to share data with Windows machines, is only one part of the FreeNAS system. As well as services to share files with Linux (via NFS) and Mac OS X machines (via AFP), FreeNAS also offers FTP, TFTP and SSH services. In this tutorial we will go beyond disks & sharing and configure the FTP, TFTP and SSH services. I will assume you have a FreeNAS system installed with at least one volume configured. Read full tutorial: Using FreeNAS 8 to Create an iSCSI Target for Windows FreeNAS 8 can act as an iSCSI Target and can allow a remote Initiator to control a whole hard disk or present a file (created on the existing storage) as if it was a hard disk. Installing SubSonic 4.0.1 onto FreeNAS 0.7.1. I originally posted this here: Subsonic Forum :: View topic - [HOW -TO] Install Subsonic 4.0.1 on FreeNAS 0.7.1 but wanted to share with others in case there are people that want to use this application.

The android client works really well and my wife's iPhone works great with it too! I found the initial guide on forums, however, it was for an older version of FreeNAS and Subsonic, so I thought I would update things a little and see if this helps anyone out that is trying to get this going. 1. I have hosted the files myself since this guide is meant for a specific versions of these packages. They were not easy to find so I wanted to make sure I could help out. 2. 3. 4. 5. : I used many scattered sources to get this all together and working, I can't recall all the sources, but !! First of all, download all of the binaries that you will need: I suggest Putty, it's free, Google it. FreeNAS 0.7.1 (32bit): Download FreeNAS from MD5: e640b74fa891e1a77e339c87e3879b02. FreeNAS 8 | Storage For Open Source. Piwigo est un logiciel de galerie photo pour le web |

Installation d'un NAS maison. Ou comment remplacer un NAS Qnap par un NAS maison? Etant un gros consommateur d'espace disque (backup, image système, musiques, vidéos, distribution Linux etc...) mais tout en étant soucieux d'économie d'énergie, je me suis rapidement tourné vers des solution NAS du marché. N'ayant besoin que de disques, je m'étais tourné à l'époque, vers le Qnap TS219 Turbo Je dois dire franchement qu'au niveau fonctionnalité et économie d'énergie il n'y à rien à redire, il est relativement silencieux, et possiède une pléthore de fonctionnalités.

Je l'ai gardé environ 6 mois, sur pas mal de point j'en était satisfait, mais j'ai dut me rendre à l'évidence, il n'a rien dans le ventre... En effet la config matérielle du Qnap est la suivante. Je ne vais pas vous montrer les benchs, mais le cpu n'était pas à la hauteur... Que se soit pour le transfert de fichiers (cifs, nfs) ou il plafonne maximum à 50Mo/s Pour cela j'ai commancé par choisir mes composants: Plateforme matérielle: Faire un NAS (Network Attached Storage) avec une vielle machine « Cahier d'un administrateur réseaux. FreeNAS est une petite distribution live cd basé sur freeBSD qui permettre de redonner un peu de vie à votre vielle machine.

Le principe est simple, créer un serveur de stockage. Le système dans ses 38Mo pour la version 0.68 est extrêmement complet. Il demandera moins de 100Mhz pour tourner, ainsi que seulement 64 Mo de mémoire vive, comptez 128 Mo pour le module de mise à jour. Je passe bien évidement les étapes de téléchargement et de gravure dont des tutoriaux peuvent être trouvés un peu partout sur le net ! Après le boot sur le cd et quelques lignes d’opérations en plus, on se retrouve face à cette interface minimaliste nous rappelant à qui nous avons a faire, sa version, l’adresse IP, ainsi que la console de setup FreeNAS. Le menu même si je le trouve léger, nous propose toutes les options nécessaires à la configuration d’acces à l’interface web : Adresse ip, Code d’acces.

Voilà l’installation est terminée. L’onglet Share permet de choisir le disque à partager.