Linked by jessesmith on Thu 13th Nov 2014 23:07 UTC
Internet & Networking

The FreeNAS project, a network attached storage solution based on FreeBSD, is getting a new interface and some handy new features. The latest FreeNAS beta features a streamlined interface where tasks have been reorganized to make common functions easier to find.

A key feature of the FreeNAS 9.3 BETA release is its revamped user interface. It has been redesigned to place only the most common configuration options first in ‘Standard’ menus, moving the more esoteric options to ‘Advanced’ options, and this design pattern as has been used throughout the UI so everything is essentially more streamlined and less cluttered for novice users who essentially just want to use the defaults.

The system update utility has also gained improvements and it will be possible to roll back faulty upgrades. This will make is easier to recover from problems caused by package upgrades.

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RE[2]: Comment by Drumhellar
by PJBonoVox on Sat 15th Nov 2014 21:35 UTC in reply to "RE: Comment by Drumhellar"
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It is, but as one of those users I still find it a PITA to navigate. The ZFS snapshots section is a prime example.

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