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Testing the Gigabyte MA10-ST0 with pfSense 2.4-Release and FreeNAS 11.0-U4

We testing the Gigabyte MA10-ST0 with pfSense 2.4-Release, FreeNAS 11.0-U4, and Linux distributions such as Ubuntu and CentOS for compatibility

PSA: How AMD Ryzen (and Zen) may impact your bash /...

We noticed while running AMD Ryzen chips is that the L3 cache reported by lscpu is incorrect with Ryzen which may impact your bash/ python scripts

Stop constant CentOS 7.3 crashes with AMD Ryzen using Kernel 4.10

If you try using AMD Ryzen with the newest CentOS 7.3 (1611) you are going to experience many crashes. This guide to install Linux Kernel 4.10 to stop them

CentOS 6.5 Released

CentOS 6.5 has been officially released following on the heels of RHEL 6.5. Major news is that this version supports the Avoton/ Rangeley i354 quad NIC

Create a Hyper-V VM for FreeNAS, Openfiler, Linux, FreeBSD, OpenSolaris, and...

As many have read, I have been trying different NAS solutions on the Big Windows Home Server. This guide will show the base procedures...

The Big WHS: 8 File-Serving OS’s Virtualized in one 4U Server

Now that the Big WHS is stable, and I have a bit more storage capacity than I need, I decided that Windows Home Server running virtualized...

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