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NASLite

NASLite is a Network Attached Storage (NAS) server operating system designed to transform a basic computer into a dedicated file server. Utilizing highly optimized versions of Samba, uCLibc, BusyBox, and various other Linux tools, it provides SMB/CIFS, FTP, or NFS filesystem support. It accommodates multiple client OSes: Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. NASLite offers SMART disk monitoring and large file support, and is incredibly easy to install and administer.

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  •  16 Jan 2009 12:31

    Release Notes: NASLite-M2 can serve UPNP, DAAP, SMB/CIFS, NFS, AFP, FTP, HTTP, and RSYNC. It can also stream audio and video content to both DAAP (Digital Audio Access Protocol) and UPNP (Universal Plug and Play) network clients.

    •  30 Oct 2007 11:25

      Release Notes: NASlite-2 HDD will install to IDE and SATA hard disks as well as solid state IDE devices such as Compact Flash with an IDE adapter, IDE Flash disks, Disk-On-Module, etc. It installs itself in the first 16M of the device with the rest made available for storage.

      •  29 Aug 2007 20:26

        Release Notes: An AFP server was added for native Mac OS X support. An mDNS (Bonjour) server was added. USB keyboards are fully supported. Up to 4G RAM is supported. WOL software state is supported. Admin user aliases can be used to reboot or poweroff NASLite-2 without the need to enter the Administration Utility. The kernel core was updated to 2.4.35.

        •  26 Aug 2007 08:46

          Release Notes: An AFP server was added for native Mac OS X support. An mDNS (Bonjour) server was added. USB keyboards are fully supported. Up to 4G RAM is supported. WOL software state is supported. Admin user aliases can be used to reboot or poweroff NASLite-2 without the need to enter the Administration Utility. The kernel core was updated to the latest stable release, 2.4.35.

          •  06 Jun 2007 17:53

            Release Notes: The option to synchronize the system clock with an RFC 868 compliant time server was added. Network auto-configuration was changed to optionally use the first or last interface found as selected in the Administration Utility. The kernel core was updated to the latest stable release, 2.4.34. The AAC RAID driver was updated to include support for some HP-branded Adaptec 2610SA controllers.

            Recent comments

            14 Jul 2008 15:39 Po_the_Panda

            Please choose a real Open Source project to support!
            And stay away from these parasites.

            14 Jul 2008 15:30 Po_the_Panda

            It's an insult to Open Source community!
            This is nothing more than a Linux kernel plus Samba, yet they claim proprietary license, and to release it here. What a joke!

            26 Aug 2007 04:14 alfman

            payware...
            ... should be announced at ebay or somewhere else, not at freshmeat

            18 Sep 2006 00:35 bobpriston

            Re: "Don't know of a way to make a floppy under Win32 Platforms"
            I'm not sure about www.grsoftware.net but this backup software (http://www.backup-premium.com) can do backup to NAS drives.

            11 Jun 2004 10:58 ruddykins

            "Don't know of a way to make a floppy under Win32 Platforms"
            I did a little research, and since I found out that NASLite won't do what I need, I stopped searching, but I'd like to post what I've found so far:

            INFO - Trevormarshall - 1.7MB Floppies (http://www.trevormarshall.com/byte_articles/byte19.htm)
            Grsoftware.net (http://www.grsoftware.net/)

            These 2 websites might be helpful for anyone in a Windows enviornment wanting to make a NASLite floppy. The top link has some good info on 1.7MB floppys (google'd floppy 1.7MB)

            -Ruddykins

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