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TrueNAS CORE has been discontinued

ixSystem has recently announced that there will be no TrueNAS Core 14 version. This means that 13.3 will be the last version to be officially released. TrueNAS CORE has now virtually reached End of Live status and I look back wistfully on the last few years of a very nice project. This is not immediately the end of TrueNAS CORE, but it is foreseeable.

To everyone who reads my blog

One of the fascinating aspects of writing for me is being able to connect with people without always knowing exactly who they are. This brings me to an intriguing question: who are you? What brought you to my humble blog and what do you like about the content?

Over the last few days, I have continued to work on the structure of the website and the articles in the background. In addition to an extensive "standardisation" in terms of structure and layout, two separate articles were also created as the basis for others:

The UniFi Controller Management Interface enables the management of UniFi devices and the display of network statistics. The installation effort is minimal and quickly completed.

At the weekend I had to move a NodeBB forum. It's actually quite simple, as only the database and the NodeBB directory need to be copied. Actually.

In this article, I described and updated again how important directories are placed externally in TrueNAS or FreeBSD in order to store data independently of the jail. So I can refer to it again and again in other articles.

This website uses as CMS. What is unfortunately missing is a version management system, as has long been available with Wordpress. It would be nice if the Markdown files from Grav could also end up in Git and vice versa!

Done, the website was also translated into English as part of the updates.

The Gitea article series has been updated.

The Vaultwarden article series has been fundamentally restructured and updated.