To provide the best features, XigmaNAS only supports 64-bit systems.
When you get to the downloads page, you'll see a number of files like this:
readme_xx.x.txt changes_after_xxxx_release_xx.x.txt XigmaNAS-x64-LiveCD-xx.x.x.x.xxxx.iso XigmaNAS-x64-LiveUSB-GPT-xx.x.x.x.xxxx.img.gz XigmaNAS-x64-LiveUSB-MBR-xx.x.x.x.xxxx.img.gz XigmaNAS-x64-full-xx.x.x.x.xxxx.tgz XigmaNAS-x64-embedded-xx.x.x.x.xxxx.img.xz XigmaNAS-x64-xx.x.x.x.xxxx.SHA512-CHECKSUM
Follow the guide below to see which file you should download.
If you're just starting with XigmaNAS, you'll want one of these install disc images:
These files are only needed if you have an existing XigmaNAS system that you want to upgrade the firmware for.
XigmaNAS-x64-full-xx.x.x.x.xxxx.tgz: This is the full upgrade image for 64-bit full install systems. It is only useful if you are performing an upgrade from WebGUI. This file is NOT what you are looking for otherwise. First system install needs to be done by LiveCD/LiveUSB only!
XigmaNAS-x64-embedded-xx.x.x.x.xxxx.img.xz: This is the upgrade/CF image for 64-bit hardware. It is only useful if you are performing an upgrade from WebGUI. This file is NOT what you are looking for otherwise. First system install needs to be done by LiveCD/LiveUSB only!