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How to configure FreeNas

I am attempting to setup FreeNas, for Ubunt0 10.04 LTS. Are there any configuration settings for the non-gui interface?

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Not sure that I understand your question right, but the non-gui part during the installation only refers to the networking setup. If you want to set up your NAS with a static IP see here.
A general walk through the installation (including photos) is here.

Why do you want to use FreeNAS on ubuntu in the first place? Why not using ubuntu 10.04 server or (my first choice) CentOS 5.x or 6.2 (initial network setup is a little bit tricky on 6.x, but tons of documentation on the net by now). Cent is super stable and you can easily run it without a gui. I use ssh to do whatever I have to do on the box (It's a 8TB backup server.)

Let me know if you have any questions or would like to discuss - I'm happy to help.

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