BSD · File Server · FreeBSD · NAS · NAS4Free

NAS4Free – Network Attached Storage based on FreeBSD

NAS4free is an open source Network Attached Solution based on FreeBSD. The web front end is written in PHP.

NAS4free uses the following file systems natively

  1. ZFS
  2. UFS

It also supports the following file systems

  1. Ext2
  2. Ext3
  3. FAT
  4. NTFS

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BSD · FreeBSD · FreeBSD 10.0 · LDAP · Network Services · OpenLDAP

Getting started with OpenLDAP on FreeBSD10.0

OpenLDAP is one of the more interesting, sometimes challenging services to get up and running on FreeBSD. It implements a light-weight directory protocol that can be used for authentication and authorization by programs that support LDAP. Let’s look at the installation and configuration below.
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FreeBSD · FreeBSD 10.0

Building and Installing custom kernel in FreeBSD-10

Go to the kernel source directory which contains the configurations.

cd /usr/src/sys/amd64/conf

Create a folder named kernel in the home directory of root user i.e. /root.

mkdir /root/kernels

Create a soft link in the /usr/src/sys/amd64/conf named “MYKERNEL” which links to /root/kernels/MYKERNEL file.
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BSD · FreeBSD · FreeBSD 10.0 · Glance · Image Management · Image Service · Juno

Installing OpenStack-Glance (Juno) on FreeBSD 10.0

The following procedure can be used to install OpenStack Glance Juno Version on FreeBSD 10.0.
Keystone is a prerequisite for installing Glance. Follow this link for installing Keystone on FreeBSD.
https://fosskb.in/2014/09/09/installing-openstack-keystone-juno-on-freebsd-10-0/
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