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Tip: Installing specific Linux kernel version

In the case that you ever needed to install a specific Linux kernel version in order to run a particular release, here are some quick tips. Note: This will only apply to Ubuntu/Debian users as RHEL/CentOS users won’t ever have such a need. (Optional) Check that the particular image you are interested in is available  Full Article…

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Tip: Hacking tRAID Host to load on unsupported kernel

This tip is for advanced users only. In order to run a stable supported installation, you must run tRAID on one of the supported kernel versions. The tRAID host is compiled for specific kernel versions. See http://www.flexraid.com/download-try-buy-traid/#download-traid for the list of currently kernels. We also recommend that you run tRAID on distributions that maintain a  Full Article…

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FlexRAID RAID-F on OpenMediaVault

OpenMediaVault (OMV) is a great FreeNAS like NAS stack. While FreeNAS is based on FreeBSD, OMV is Debian Linux based, which makes it far more flexible and extensible. FlexRAID RAID-F works on all Linux distributions with kernel 2.6 or newer. As such OMV is supported. This article tackles the setup specific aspects of RAID-F on  Full Article…

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Dynamic Translation of FlexRAID Web UIs

Releases of FlexRAID products starting 2015-11-09 will now support dynamic translations. This is useful for users working on translating the Web UIs. By default and for performance reasons, translations for FlexRAID Web UIs are statically compiled into the application. This means that a full release is normally required to include translation changes. All releases starting  Full Article…

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Installing the Transparent RAID Host Package

Note: If you need to upgrade a previous installation, see Uninstalling or Upgrading the Transparent RAID Host Package. The Transparent RAID host package must be installed on every host system that is to host a RAID array. 1. First, you will need to download the host package from www.flexraid.com. 2. Extract the Host package to  Full Article…

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Installing the Transparent RAID Web Client Package

Note: If you need to upgrade a previous installation, see Uninstalling or Upgrading the Transparent RAID Web Client Package. Pre-requisite Installing the Transparent RAID Host Package Overview The Transparent RAID client package should be installed on only one system per a given network. If managing only one host, you should install the client package on  Full Article…

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Uninstalling or Upgrading the Transparent RAID Host Package

Upgrading If upgrading, you must first uninstall as documented in this current post and then re-install following the instructions documented in Installing the Transparent RAID Host Package. Uninstalling 1. Edit your RAID options and set the array auto start property to false and then reboot. 2. After rebooting, navigate to the installation directory and right-click  Full Article…

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Uninstalling or Upgrading the Transparent RAID Web Client Package

Pre-requisite Installing the Transparent RAID Web Client Package Upgrading If upgrading, you must first uninstall as documented in this current post and then re-install following the instructions documented in Installing the Transparent RAID Web Client Package. Uninstalling 1. Prior to uninstalling, stop the Web UI service. You can do that in your services management console  Full Article…

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