It’s not a plan, not a bird, it’s RPI 3 running EasyNAS + HD It finally here, the exact same code that runs on x86 now runs on RPI. a huge break throw for anyone that want to create a DIY NAS project. the changes were under the hood. moved to OpenSUSE Tumbleweed that supports all the architecture available. I will also publish EasyNAS for RPI64, RPI32, i386. it’s now easy to support any architecture.
I am pleased to announced that starting version 1.0.2, EasyNAS will support RPI hardware on 64bit (can run on RPI4, RPI3b). This is a huge step into bulding a DIY NAS from RPI, I’m planning to buy a kit and build a great NAS based on EasyNAS. The current RPI version will only support ethernet , but I’m planning to add wireless support
please let me know if there are any issues with the RPI version.
EasyNAS has just been recognized with a Open Source Excellence award by SourceForge. This honor is awarded only to select projects that have reached significant milestones in terms of downloads and user engagement from the SourceForge community.
This is a big achievement, as EasyNAS project has qualified for this award out of over 500,000 open source projects on SourceForge. SourceForge sees nearly 30 million users per month looking for, and developing, open source software. This award badge will now appear on EasyNAS project page.
there was an issue with EasyNAS 1.0.87 that accidentally deleted the account easynas. The issue was fixed in version 1.0.90 . in order to upgrade, use the console and select option 4 ( Search for EasyNAS updates) After the update to version 1.0.90 everything should be fixed.
It’s finally here, the first version of EasyNAS, totally robust, based on OpenSUSE 15.3 all the great it had before plus many others. It’s now easier to update, more stable, can be customize to fit everybody’s need, more performance, more NAS.
Beta repo it now opening to test new features before they will go into stable release.
follow these instruction how to enable EasyNAS Beta reop:
I took a very long vacation from EasyNAS to work on other projects, but now I’m back. Everything is new:
Build new repo site for EasyNAS
moved my wordpress site to a managed wordpress provider
Created an email account so people could reach me
and EasyNAS 1.0 Beta 6 that fixed an old bug with AMD systems.
I’m continuing working on addons ( iSCSI is nearly finished) and got so many ideas regarding future version.
With the addons topology and repo it will be easier to implement and update.
RC version is coming .