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OpenMediaVault New logo

March 10th, 2010

Volker Theile has released a new Logo for the OpenMediaVault project.

OpenMediaVault Logo

THE OpenMediaVault is an evolution of FreeNAS and aims to be the next generation network attached storage (NAS) solution but this time based on Debian Linux.

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  1. ismashkhy
    March 31st, 2010 at 04:30 | #1

    I’m currently using freenas .7

    i Really like using it even though im new to it, it gives a real relief regarding file backups…

    I just noticed that file permission and restriction was not that uhmn, well maybe it’s just me…

    I need to configure this..

    the user can copy paste and create file in the freenas but he/she must not able to delete it…

    For now that’s is my dream come true about freenas…

    It’s a great application!…,

  2. David
    June 6th, 2010 at 18:53 | #2

    try browsing to the shared folder you need secure permission on (no delete) – right click and select properties >> security >> advanced >> edit.
    select the user(s) and/or user group (easier)
    select edit
    select apply to folder and/or subfolders
    select appropriate options (delete, delete subfolders/files)
    click ok!
    that should do it.
    please note – im am not an expert, i have not extensively tested this. there maybe a loophole in this, or a faster way to do it (chmod FTW!)

    Good Luck!

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