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-======Compatible Hardware Lists====== 
-NAS4Free works with a wide variety of hardware, there is no way we can test every combination available or guarantee that your particular hardware will be compatible. It is your responsibility to determine if your hardware will work with a with a particular version of NAS4Free? The first step in finding out is to take a look at the versions and check' Compatibility List. If your hardware is on the list for a particular version, the odds are good it will work. 
  
-======Building Your Ultimate Server====== 
- 
-So far over the years we have found that systems that are build on Intel chipsets and Intel network interfaces gives way lesser performance problems/bugs and do perform at their best. 
- 
-__Motherboard of choice:__ 
-Consumer boards and often "prosumer" boards are not always the best choice for a 24/7 running NAS4Free server. All the extra hardware that allows you to do overclocking, exotic audio and video features, etc is a big waste of power. Even when left disabled in the BIOS they will use power 24x7 nonstop. It might have all sorts of great features that are useful for desktops but we aren't building a desktop. We're building a server and we're looking for reliability and high uptime. You want a motherboard that has as much on-board that you need without the extra stuff you don't. 
-For this we recommend server-grade boards like they are made by Supermicro, Supermicro is known for good engineering experience with server-grade hardware! 
- 
-An extra bonus is the fact that most of those comes with an onboard IPMI lan connection. 
-IPMI is really awesome. You can remotely connect to your server's if you don't want to leave a monitor/keyboard/mouse hooked up all of the time this *is* something you should get. It's easy to install an NAS4free.iso over ipmi and/or adjust your Bios settings, or run the console of the server from any desktop/laptop 
-you use and if needed, from anywhere around the world. 
- 
- 
-__CPU of choice:__ 
-There is no need to buy an ultra expensive CPU. When choosing from the recommended CPUs make sure your CPU is compatible with your motherboard. 
-We do recommend Intel Xeon Dual core's or higher as those do support ECC if you really like to know what we prefer. In the end it's your choice. 
-Keep in mind for high network transfer speed that the CPU frequency is important for Samba as Samba is single-threaded on a per-user basis. Generally any 3Ghz+ CPU will be more than capable of handling Samba at Gigabit speeds without a problem. Something that is mostly overlooked by the users.  
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- 
-===== Hardware issues ===== 
- 
-  * If you have hardware problems, or you suspect hardware problems, determine exactly what hardware you are using; CPU, MotherBoard make and model, controller's IDE, SATA, RAID, SCSI and USB, NIC make and model, etc.. 
-  * If you find that a piece of your hardware does not appear to be currently supported, please endeavor to find the FreeBSD drivers, or a link to them yourself by (NAS4Free x.x.x.x.xxxx release based on FreeBSD version. 
- 
-    * Reviewing the Hardware compatibility list, select one from below. 
-    * Searching your hardware vendors website for FreeBSD compliant drivers (they may not exist and you may have to check with the vendors support site to find out if they exist or are under development). 
-    * If you find drivers, please submit a [[https://sourceforge.net/tracker/?group_id=722987&atid=2914051|Feature Request]] that includes the web link of the driver and the make and model of the hardware. 
-  * If you **'think'** a feature might be useful to other users, post it to [[http://www.forums.nas4free.org|NAS4Free forum]] for the community to review and comment on. 
- 
- 
-====== NAS4Free & FreeBSD Versions ====== 
- 
-Default NAS4Free hardware support: 
-^  NAS4Free  ^  FreeBSD Version  ^  Link Hardware list   ^ 
-|  11.1.0.4.xxxx  |  11.1  |[[https://www.freebsd.org/releases/11.1R/hardware.html|FreeBSD 11.1R Hardware Compatibility List]]| 
-^  Past releases ^  FreeBSD Version  ^  Link Hardware list   ^ 
-|  11.0.0.4.xxxx  |  11.0  |[[https://www.freebsd.org/releases/11.0R/hardware.html|FreeBSD 11.0R Hardware Compatibility List]]| 
-|  11.0.0.3.xxxx  |  11.0  |[[https://www.freebsd.org/releases/11.0R/hardware.html|FreeBSD 11.0R Hardware Compatibility List]]| 
-|  10.3.0.3.xxxx  |  10.3  |[[https://www.freebsd.org/releases/10.3R/hardware.html|FreeBSD 10.3R Hardware Compatibility List]]| 
-|  10.2.0.2.xxxx  |  10.2  |[[https://www.freebsd.org/releases/10.2R/hardware.html|FreeBSD 10.2R Hardware Compatibility List]]| 
-|  10.1.0.2.xxxx  |  10.1  |[[https://www.freebsd.org/releases/10.1R/hardware.html|FreeBSD 10.1R Hardware Compatibility List]]| 
-|  9.3.0.2.xxxx  |  9.3  |[[https://www.freebsd.org/releases/9.3R/hardware.html|FreeBSD 9.3R Hardware Compatibility List]]| 
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- 
-======  NAS4Free Users' Systems ====== 
-Some of our users have been kind enough to provide information about the hardware they have used in their systems and what patches or tricks they have used to get it working with NAS4Free. We cannot guarantee you will have similar results but if your hardware is listed below it will probably work. Remember to come back and add your system to the list once you get it up and running :-D . 
- 
-=====  Motherboards / Pre-configured systems ===== 
- 
-^ Vendor   ^ Model           ^ Chipset              ^ Status  ^ Works out \\ of the box?  ^ Drivers  ^ Remarks ^ 
-| ASUS  | C60M1-I  | AMD C-60 APU    Yes  |  Yes  | Built-in  | If using USB to boot,  configure BIOS after initial install for USB as primary boot device | 
-| Asrock   | E350M1  | 4xSATA III onboard + 1xeSATA, max 16GB RAM (DDR3 1066)    Yes  |  Yes  | ...  | ...  | 
-| Asrock   | ION330  | Atom 330, 4xSATA II onboard + 2xeSATA, max 4GB RAM (DDR3 1066)    Yes  |  Yes  | ...  | ...  | 
-| Deciso   | Tiny NAS | AMD Geode LX  |  Yes  |  Yes  | Built-in  | [[http://www.applianceshop.eu/index.php/appliances/nas/tinynas-freenas-usb.html|tiny NAS appliances]] | 
-| Foxxconn | NetBox-nT330i | Atom 330 nvidia mcp7a-ion |  Yes  |  Yes  | No drivers for on-board Ethernet controllers (wired+wireless)| SATA speed is reduced to UDMA33 | 
-| Intel   | D945GCLF  | Atom 230 945GC ICH7  |  Yes  |  Yes  | No drivers for on-board Ethernet controller  | Had to install an Intel PRO/1000 PCI controller for successful operation  | 
-| Intel   | D945GCLF  | Atom 230 945GC ICH7  |  Yes  |  Yes  | v9.0.0.1.43 works w/onboard & NetGear GA311 both | Used onboard for OOB management & Netgear for SAN @ 1GB ethernet | 
-| Intel | D945GCLF2/D | Atom 330 945GC ICH7 |  Yes  |  Yes  | ... | 
-| Microsoft | Virtual PC 2007 ||  Yes  |  Yes  | None  | FREE & very easy to create your own | 
-| Norcotek | DS-520 | Unknown |  Yes  |  Yes  | ... | [[http://www.norcotek.com/DS-520.php|Norco DS-520]] | 
-| Sun   | Virtualbox 3        | Virtual Card  |  Yes  |  Yes  | ICH6 Virtual Disk Controller & Bridged LAN tested, no issues | 
-| SuperMicro   | X10SL7-F        | C222 / 2x Intel NIC / ECC supported    Yes  |  Yes  | HBA Controller LSI 2308 flash to IT mode | from nas4free 10.2.0.2 and up fully supported | 
-| AsRock | C2550D4I          Intel Avoton CPU / 2xIntel NIC / ECC supported  |  Yes  |  Yes   | Built in| http://www.asrockrack.com/general/productdetail.asp?Model=C2550D4I  and   https://www.nas4free.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=60&t=6275&start=60&hilit=Update%3A+Asrock+C2550D4I+now+working| 
-| Dell | Dell Poweredge T110 server |      |    |   | https://www.nas4free.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=63&t=6503&p=68797&hilit=Nas4Free+on+Dell+Poweredge+T110#p68797 | 
-| ...   | ...  | ...    ...  |  ...  | ...  | ...  | 
- 
-===== SATA NAS Hard Drives ===== 
- 
-Please learn about the precautions __you must take__ when using so called "Green" drives from **//any//** manufacturer. It is up to you to understand the tradeoffs between power consumption, speed, and safety of your data! Please read: [[faq:0148|Q: Should I use so called “Green” drives in a NAS system and what is WDIDLE?]] before buying your drives.  
- 
-NAS4Free highly recommends 24/7 Certified drives. 
- 
- [[https://www.backblaze.com/blog/hard-drive-failure-rates-q3-2016/|hard-drive-failure-rates-q3-2016]] 
- [[https://www.backblaze.com/blog/hard-drive-failure-rates-q1-2017/|hard-drive-failure-rates-q1-2017]] 
- 
-^ Vendor  ^ Model ^ Size ^ RPM ^ Works out \\ of the box? ^ 24/7 \\ Certification ^ Energy \\ Read/Write ^  
-| HGST | Deskstar NAS (H3IKNAS30003272SE) | 3TB | 7200 | Yes | 24/7 Yes | 
-| HGST | Deskstar NAS (H3IKNAS40003272SE) | 4TB | 7200 | Yes | 24/7 Yes | 
-| HGST | Deskstar NAS (H3IKNAS500012872SE) | 5TB | 7200 | Yes | 24/7 Yes | 
-| HGST | Deskstar NAS (H3IKNAS600012872SE) | 6TB | 7200 | Yes | 24/7 Yes | 
-| HGST | Deskstar NAS (H3IKNAS800012872SWW) | 8TB | 7200 | Yes | 24/7 Yes | 
-| HGST | Ultrastar He8 (HUH728080ALE600) | 8TB | 7200 | Yes | 24/7 Yes | 7.4 W | 
-| HGST | Ultrastar He8 (HUH728080ALE604) | 8TB | 7200 | Yes | 24/7 Yes | 7.4 W | 
-| HGST | Ultrastar He10 (HUH721010ALE600) | 10TB | 7200 | Yes | 24/7 Yes | 6.8 W | 
-| Seagate | IronWolf HDD (ST1000VN002) | 1TB | 5900 | Yes | 24/7 Yes | 3.6 W | 
-| Seagate | NAS HDD (ST2000VN000) | 2TB | 5900 | Yes | 24/7 Yes | 
-| Seagate | NAS HDD (ST2000VN001) | 2TB | 5900 | Yes | 24/7 Yes | 
-| Seagate | IronWolf HDD (ST2000VN004) | 2TB | 5900 | Yes | 24/7 Yes | 5.0 W | 
-| Seagate | NAS HDD (ST3000VN000) | 3TB | 5900 | Yes | 24/7 Yes | 5.6 W | 
-| Seagate | IronWolf HDD (ST3000VN007) | 3TB | 5900 | Yes | 24/7 Yes | 5.6 W | 
-| Seagate | NAS HDD (ST4000VN000) | 4TB | 5900 | Yes | 24/7 Yes | 4.8 W | 
-| Seagate | IronWolf HDD (ST4000VN008) | 4TB | 5900 | Yes | 24/7 Yes | 4.8 W | 
-| Seagate | NAS HDD (ST6000VN0021) | 6TB | 5900 | Yes | 24/7 Yes | 9.0 W | 
-| Seagate | IronWolf HDD (ST6000VN0041) | 6TB | 7200 | Yes | 24/7 Yes | 9.0 W | 
-| Seagate | NAS HDD (ST8000VN0002) | 8TB | 5900 | Yes | 24/7 Yes | 9.0 W | 
-| Seagate | IronWolf HDD (ST8000VN0022) | 8TB | 7200 | Yes | 24/7 Yes | 9.0 W | 
-| Seagate | Enterprise NAS HDD (ST2000VN0001) | 2TB | 7200 | Yes | 24/7 Yes | 
-| Seagate | Enterprise NAS HDD (ST3000VN0001) | 3TB | 7200 | Yes | 24/7 Yes | 
-| Seagate | Enterprise NAS HDD (ST4000VN0001) | 4TB | 7200 | Yes | 24/7 Yes | 
-| Seagate | Enterprise NAS HDD (ST5000VN0001) | 5TB | 7200 | Yes | 24/7 Yes | 
-| Western Digital | Red (WD10EFRX)  | 1TB  | 5400 | Yes | 24/7 Yes | 3.3 W | 
-| Western Digital | Red (WD20EFRX)  | 2TB  | 5400 | Yes | 24/7 Yes | 4.1 W | 
-| Western Digital | Red (WD30EFRX)  | 3TB  | 5400 | Yes | 24/7 Yes | 4.1 W | 
-| Western Digital | Red (WD40EFRX)  | 4TB  | 5400 | Yes | 24/7 Yes | 4.5 W | 
-| Western Digital | Red (WD50EFRX)  | 5TB  | 5400 | Yes | 24/7 Yes | 5.3 W | 
-| Western Digital | Red (WD60EFRX)  | 6TB  | 5400 | Yes | 24/7 Yes | 5.3 W | 
-| Western Digital | Red (WD80EFZX)  | 8TB  | 5400 | Yes | 24/7 Yes | 6.4 W | 
-| Western Digital | Red (WD100EFAX) | 10TB | 7200 | Yes | 24/7 Yes | 6.2 W | 
-| Western Digital | Red Pro (WD2001FFSX) | 2TB | 7200 | Yes | 24/7 Yes | 6.5 W | 
-| Western Digital | Red Pro (WD2002FFSX) | 2TB | 7200 | Yes | 24/7 Yes | 7.8 W | 
-| Western Digital | Red Pro (WD3001FFSX) | 3TB | 7200 | Yes | 24/7 Yes | 8.6 W | 
-| Western Digital | Red Pro (WD4001FFSX) | 4TB | 7200 | Yes | 24/7 Yes | 8.6 W | 
-| Western Digital | Red Pro (WD4002FFSX) | 4TB | 7200 | Yes | 24/7 Yes | 9.1 W | 
-| Western Digital | Red Pro (WD5001FFWX) | 5TB | 7200 | Yes | 24/7 Yes | 10.6 W | 
-| Western Digital | Red Pro (WD6001FFWX) | 6TB | 7200 | Yes | 24/7 Yes | 10.6 W | 
-| Western Digital | Red Pro (WD6002FFWX) | 6TB | 7200 | Yes | 24/7 Yes | 9.1 W | 
-| Western Digital | Red Pro (WD8001FFWX) | 8TB | 7200 | Yes | 24/7 Yes | 7.2 W | 
-| ... | ... | ... | ... | ... |... |... | 
- 
-===== Network Devices ===== 
- 
-^ Vendor  ^ Model  ^ Chipset  ^ Status  ^ Speed ^ Works out \\ of the box? ^ Drivers ^ Remarks ^ 
-|3Com| 3c905B-TX Fast Etherlink XL |... | Works | 10/100 |  Yes  | Built-in | ...  | 
-|3Com| 3c905C-TX-M |... | Works | 10/100 |  Yes  | Built-in | ...  | 
-|3Com| 3cSOHO100-TX  | ...    | Works | 10/100 |  Yes  | Built-in | ...  | 
-|A-link| A-link NA1GHR | Realtek RTL8169SC | Works | 10/100/1000 |  Yes  | Built-in | Tested with MTU=7000 and MTU=default  | 
-|Broadcom| BCM5750 | ... | Works | 10/100/1000 |  Yes  | Built-in | ... | 
-|D-Link| D-Link DGE-530T | Marvell 88E1011 | Works | 10/100/1000 |  Yes  | Built-in | works fine, WOL does NOT work| 
-|Intel| EXPI9301CT PCIe Desktop Adapter| 82547 | Works | 10/100/1000 |  Yes  | Built-in | Works fine | 
-|Intel| Pro/100 Ethernet | 82801BA/CAM | Works | 10/100 |  Yes  | Built-in | ... | 
-|Intel| Pro/100 Ethernet | 82550 | Works | 10/100 |  Yes  | Built-in | Works fine | 
-|Intel| Pro/1000 GT Desktop |82541PI| Works | 10/100/1000 |  Yes  | Built-in | ...  | 
-|Intel| PRO/1000 PT Server Adapter| 82572GI | Works | 10/100/1000 |  Yes  | Built-in | ... | 
-|Linksys| LNE100TX v5.1 | ... | Works | 10/100 |  Yes  | Built-in | Works fine | 
-|Logilink| PC0029A|Realtek RTL8168B | Works | 10/100/1000 |  Yes  |built in | works fine| 
-|Mellanox| MNPA19-XTR | ... | Works | 10BGE |  Yes  |built in | Only from NAS4Free 10.2.0.2.xxxx and higher | 
-|Netgear| GA311  | ...    | Works | 10/100/1000 |  Yes  | Built-in | Works fine | 
-|nVidia| nForce3 MCP7| ... | Works | 10/100/1000 |  Yes  | Built-in | Works fine | 
-|nVidia| nForce MCP9| ...  | Works | 10/100 |  Yes  | Built-in | ...  | 
-|Realtek| OEM | 8039 |Works | 10/100/1000 |  Yes  | Built-in | Works fine including Jumbo Frames | 
-|Realtek| OEM | 8139 | works | 10/100 |  Yes  | Built-in | Works fine | 
-|Realtek| RTL8111B/C/D/E | 8111B/C/D/E |Works | 10/100/1000 |  Yes  | Built-in | Works fine (MAX MTU < 6KB) | 
-|Realtek| RTL8111F       | 8111F       | Works | 10/100/1000 |  Yes   | Built-in |Works fine |  
-|Realtek| onboard NIC | RTL8201CL | Works |10/100 |  Yes  | built in | recognized as "vr0" (VIA Rhine) | 
-|Tyan|Transport GT20 B2925 | on-board NIC |Works | 10/100/1000 |  Yes  | built in| Works fine | 
-|USR| USR997902 | RTL8169S-32 |Works | 10/100/1000 |  Yes  | Built-in | Works fine | 
-| Apple  | MB442Z/ | AX88772   | Works  |10/100 |  Yes  | Built-in  | Tested, no MTU=9000 | 
-| ...   | ...  | ...   | ...  |  ...  | ...  | ...  | ...  | 
- 
- 
- 
-===== LCD for LCDproc ===== 
- 
-^ Vendor  ^ Model  ^ Connection ^ Status  ^ Drivers ^ Webpage ^ Info ^ 
-| CW12832 LCD | CW12832 | Serial or USB | Works | CwLnx | check: http://www.cwlinux.com/products/cw12832 | check: http://forums.nas4free.org/viewtopic.php?f=51&t=955 | 
-| HD44780 LCD | U204FB-A3 | USB | Works | HD44780 | check: http://www.lcdmodkit.com/lcd/U204FB-A3.html| Works perfectly | 
-| HD44780 LCD | U204FY-A2 | USB | Works | HD44780 | check: http://www.lcdmodkit.com/lcd/U204FY-A2.html|  | 
-| HD44780 LCD | U204FR-A2 | USB | Works | HD44780 | check: http://www.lcdmodkit.com/lcd/U204FR-A2.html|  | 
-| HD44780 LCD | U204FW-A1 | USB | Works | HD44780 | check: http://www.lcdmodkit.com/lcd/U204FW-A1.html|  | 
-| ... |  ...  |  ...  |  ...  |  ...  |  ...  |  ...  | 
- 
- 
-===== SATA Controllers ===== 
- 
-^ Vendor  ^ Model  ^ Chipset ^ Status  ^ Works out \\ of the box? ^ Drivers ^ Remarks ^ 
-| 3ware | 8506-8 | ... | Works |  Yes  | Built-In | 
-| 3ware |9500S-12 | ... | Works |  Yes  | Built-In | 
-| 3ware |9500S-4LP | ... | Works |  Yes  | Buitl-In | 
-| 3ware |9650SE | ... | Works |  Yes  | Built-In | 
-| Adaptec   | 2610SA  | ...   | Works  |  Yes  | [[http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/man.cgi?query=aac&apropos=0&sektion=0&manpath=FreeBSD+9.0-RELEASE&format=html|info]]  | OEM'd for HP/Dell (no Adaptec support), //--dead link--//  | 
-| Adaptec | 2410SA | ... | Works  |  Yes  | Built-In | [[http://forums.storagereview.com/index.php/topic/24701-2tb-limitation-on-array-size-on-adaptec-2610sa-pci-x-6-port-sata-raid/|Notes]]  | 
-| Areca | ARC-1120 | ... | Works  |  Yes  | Built-In |  
-| Areca | ARC-1680ix-24 | ... | Works  |  Yes  | Built-In |  
-| Dawicontrol | DC-624e - 4 port SATA III (RAID) controller, PCIe | (Firmware 4.20 - 2013)   | Works  |  Yes  | Built-In  | Works out of the box - as long as RAID BIOS is not configured.  | 
-| DeLock | SATA2 PCIe 70137, 2 port SATA II controller  | ...   | Works  |  No  | Built-In  | Works when the ROM gets flashed and the controller is set to NOT use RAID 0 or RAID 1 (flash tool included but with no further description).  | 
-| Highpoint | Rocketraid 1640 |  | Works  |  Version?  | [[http://www.highpoint-tech.com/USA/bios_rr1640.htm#FreeBSD |info]] | //--dead link {Read Warning} --//]] Works | 
-| Highpoint | Rocketraid 1740 |  | Works  |  Version?  | //--dead link--// | //--dead link--// Works | 
-| Highpoint | Rocketraid 1820 |  | Works  |  Version?  | //--dead link--// |  Works | 
-| Highpoint | Rocketraid 2300 |  | Works  |  Version?  | [[http://www.highpoint-tech.com/USA/bios_rr2300.htm#FreeBSD |info]] |  Works | 
-| Highpoint | Rocketraid 3520 |  | Works  |  Version?   | //--dead link--// | //--dead link--// Works | 
-| Intel | ICH8R | P965/ICH8R | Works |  Yes  | Built-In | Works fine even with BIOS configured RAID | 
-| Intel | RS2WC080 | LSI SAS2008 | Works |  Yes  | Built-In | Must be firmware flashed to LSI IT Mode [[http://barbz.com.au/blog/?p=376|UEFI Mode]]  [[http://forums.servethehome.com/showthread.php?97-IBM-M1015-Firmware-What-to-flash-with&s=10431160894d50356311909d1b2524b3&p=1896&viewfull=1#post1896|Boot Disk mode]]  | 
-| LSI Logic | MegaRAID 150-6 | ... | Works |  Yes  | Built-In | AWESOME| 
-| Logilink|PC0003A|JMB363|Works|  Yes  |Built-In|Only SW-RAID; BIOS-configured RAID0/1 not tested| 
-| NVidia | nForce3 Pro | ... | Works |  Yes  | Built-In | Using SoftRAID / ZFS | 
-| Promise  | FastTrak SX4300  | ...   | Works  |  Yes  | ...  | Works like a charm.(discontinued) | 
-| Promise  | FastTrak SX4310  | ...   | Works  |  Yes  | ...  | ...  | 
-| Promise | S150 TX4  | ...   | Works |  Yes  | Built-In | ...  | 
-| Promise | SATA300-TX4 | PDC40718 | Works |  Yes  | Built-In | No problems at all. | 
-| RealTek  | ...  | RTL8110SC   | To be tested  |  No  | [[http://www.realtek.com.tw/downloads/downloadsView.aspx?Langid=1&PNid=4&PFid=4&Level=5&Conn=4&DownTypeID=3&GetDown=false&Downloads=true#RTL8110SC(L) |info]] | Driver was successfully built on FreeBDS6.2  | 
-| ST-Lab  | A-223  | SIL-3114   | Works  |  Yes  | ...  | //--dead link--// | 
-| ST-Lab  | A-380/390  | SIL-3512   | Works  |  Yes  | ...  |//--dead link--// Without configuring controller's RAID  | 
-| SiL | ANY  | ANY | Can Work  |  Sometimes  | ...| //--dead link--// | 
-| SiL |3114(R) SATA150|...|Works|  Yes  |Built-in|//--dead link--// i386 9.0.0.1 with Sil BIOS 5500| 
-| Unitek | ... | SIL-3512A | Works |  Yes  | Built-In |//--dead link--// Works fine. SATA transfer rate of 1,5Gb/s | 
-| VIA | ... | VT6421A | Works |  Yes  | ... | Not in BIOS, NAS4Free OK on internal SATA ports. | 
-| VIA | ... | VT8237_CD | Works |  Yes  | Built-In | SoftRAID sees SATA devs. haven't tested onboardRAID | 
-| ... | ...  | ...   | ...  |  ...  | ...  | ...  | 
- 
-===== PATA (IDE) Controllers ===== 
- 
-^ Vendor  ^ Model  ^ Chipset ^ Status  ^ Works out \\ of the box? ^ Drivers ^ Remarks ^ 
-| 3ware | 7006-2 | ... | Works |  Yes  | Built-In | ... | Works perfect  
-| 3ware | Escalade 7506-4LP | 7506 | works |  Yes  | built-in | ...  | 
-| 3ware | Escalade 6410  | ...   | Works  |  Yes  | Built-in  | ...  | 
-| Highpoint | Rocketraid 454  |  | Works  |  Yes  |Built-in| ... | Raid 5 is slow, but works. 
-| ITE | IT8212F / ATA 133 IDE RAID |...| Works  |  Yes  |... |... | 
-| ITE | PCI Ultra  ATA133 IDE Raid | 8212 | Works  |  Yes  | Built-in | //--dead link--// | 
-| Promise  | FastTrak 66      | ...   | Works  |  Yes  |Built-In| Works perfect.  
-| Promise|FastTrak-SX4000-lite|PDC20621| Works |  Yes  |Built-in| 256MB caching raid 5 with 4 drives | 
-| Promise | FastTrak SX4000 |...| Works  |  Yes  |Built-in|...| 
-| Promise | FastTrak SX4060 | ... | Works |  No  | Built-in | //--dead link--//| 
-| Promise | ULTRA100 TX2 |PDC20268| Works  |  Yes  |Built-in|...| 
-| Promise | ULTRA100 TX |...| Works  |  Yes  |Built-in|...| 
-| Silicon Image | (Sil) 3112 |... | Fails |  No  | No |//--dead link--// | 
-|SiS|962/963 UDMA133 controller|...|Works|Yes|Built-in|i386 9.0.0.1| 
-| ST-Lab | PCI-IDECMD0680 | SIL 0680 | Works |  Yes  | Built-In | Not as HW-raid-controller; works like onboard-pata-controller with nas4free as sw-raid | 
-| ... | ... |  ...  |  ...  |  ...  |  ...  |  ...  | 
-===== SCSI Controllers ===== 
- 
-^ Vendor  ^ Model  ^ Chipset ^ Status  ^ Works out \\ of the box? ^ Drivers ^ Remarks ^ 
-| ADAPTEC | 29320LPE | AIC7902 | Works |  Yes  | Built-In | 
-| ADAPTEC | Adaptec 3960D Ultra160 | aic7899 | Works |  Yes  | Built-In | 
-| ... | ... |  ...  |  ...  |  ...  |  ...  | 
-===== UPS - Known to Work Uninterruptible Power Suplies ===== 
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-^ Vendor  ^ Model  ^ Notes / Reference ^ 
-| CyberPower | VALUE800E-GP | //--dead link--// | 
-| APC | Back-UPS 550 VA | //--dead link--// | 
-| APC | Back-UPS ES 350 to 650 | UPS will not power down all the rest works | 
-| APC | Back-UPS CS 650 VA | UPS will not power down all the rest works | 
-| APC | APC BACK-UPS RS 1500VA| Reported working | 
-| APC | Smart-UPS 1000 VA | Reported working, read: //--dead link--//| 
-| Mustek | PowerMust 600 VA | Reported working, read: //--dead link--//| 
-|  Power Inspired | CIX3085 | Reported working, read: http://forums.nas4free.org/viewtopic.php?f=57&t=6673//| 
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-[[http://www.networkupstools.org/stable-hcl.html|NUT UPS Compatibility List]] 
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-===== DOM/IDE/USB Flash Drives ===== 
-<note>Note - Some flash drives (SanDisk Cruzer, others) come pre-installed with an emulated, read-only CD-ROM drive holding data from the manufacturer. These should be wiped to ensure trouble free use.</note> 
-^ Vendor  ^ Model ^ Works out \\ of the box? ^ Notes ^ 
-| Addonics | [[http://www.addonics.com/products/flash_memory_reader/adidecf.asp|Addonics IDE CF]] |  Yes  | | 
-| HyperStone|Flash Disk 30/06/03 IDE CF|  Yes  | | 
-| IEI | [[http://www.ieiworld.com/product_groups/industrial/content.aspx?gid=09049535992720993533&cid=09049606890992394746&id=08175507532752018845|CF-KIT04 Adapter]] |  Yes  | | 
-| Kingston | 2GB Compact Flash |  Yes  | | 
-| PC Engines GmbH | [[http://www.pcengines.ch/cf1eh.htm|CFDISK.1E]] |  Yes  | | 
-| PQI | 512MB turbo DOM 40pin vertical |  Yes  | | 
-| SanDisk | Cruzer 4GB |  No  | Wipe before using! Then it works fine. | 
-| SanDisk | Ultra II CompactFlash 4GB |  Yes  | | 
-| SanDisk | Ultra II CompactFlash 8GB |  Yes  | | 
-| SanDisk | Extreme PRO® 16GB |  Yes  | Transfer speeds of up to 160MB/s | 
-| Transcend | 2GB 40Pin vertikal |  Yes  | | 
-| Transcend | 4GB 40Pin vertikal |  Yes  | | 
-| ... | ... |  ...  | ... | 
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-====== NAS4Free UPnP Hardware/Software Compatibility List ====== 
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-===== Hardware ===== 
-  * DENON AV Receivers: AVR-4810, AVR-4520, AVR-4311, AVR-4306, AVR-4308, AVR-3311, AVR-3313, AVR-3310, AVR-2313, AVR-2113, AVR-1913 and newer models (NET-AUDIO usage on the receiver, DENON AVR profile UPnP service). 
-  * ONKYO AV Receivers: TX-NR3008, TX-NR3009, TX-NR5008, TX-NR5009 and newer models.   
-  * Philips Streamium SL400i. 
-  * Netgear MP101. 
-  * Kodak EX1011 WiFi Digital Picture Frame. 
-  * Linksys WMLS11B. 
-  * Freecom MusicPal. 
-  * Bewan iMedia HD 100 (ok via Samba (all formats) / ok via UPnP (except ISO and MKV which hang the box)). 
-  * Tivo (with PyTivo). 
-  * Popcorn Hour devices for streaming using cifs/smb or NFS  
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-===== Software ===== 
-  * Winamp + On2Share for Winamp v0.1 Plugin 
-  * Geexbox 1.0 
-  * Windows Media Player 10 and 11 
-  * CLAMP 
-  * VLC (UPNP version only) 
-  * PyTivo 
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