Corral 19.04 failed with the same osrt of bugs, given up on it.
Have you been able to install 9.1.2 on the Asus Z10PE D16 WS motherboard?
No, I don't have that MB. The system I am trying on is,
Asrock Z170, i7 4790K, 32GB RAM, 3 SSD, 5 HDDs. I have wiped and formatted one HDD to see if it shows up in FreeNAS as available
Just going to try FreeNAS 9.10 u2 > https://download.fre.../9.10.2-U2/x64/ which was OK earlier this week.
will post this arvo.
Do you know if 9.1.2-U2 has SMB3 share support?
• Samba has been updated to 4.5.5 (https://www.samba.or...amba-4.5.5.html).
I am using info from the User Guide which has a lot of useful links. > http://freenas.2trux.com/FreeNAS.pdf
We can forget about trying to install Corral, the team has pulled the plug, > https://www.servethe...lly-halted-now/
FreeNAS 9.10 u2 was successfully installed.
This time things went much quicker,37 minutes for the USB installer, 50 minutes to install the OS to the USB. From the browser GUI, the wizard configured some setting but got stuck configuring my HDDs.
I think it went quicker because I selected MBR partition scheme for BIOS or UEFI in Rufus.
Copied my suggestions from the earlier post.
Turn off the PSU, > hold the power button in for ten seconds, > clear the CMOS.
Install and connect all your internal hardware.
If available, use a PS/2 mouse and keyboard.
Use the rear USB ports, as the front case ones may not be available until the OS is loaded.
Use a Ethernet cable for Internet access.
Connect a screen.
Insert the USB stick to a back port.
Boot and enter the UEFI. . set time/date/language, region, if available, > go to exit, > select, load Default settings, > Save and Exit.
Reboot, enter the UEFI, > set USB as first Boot, > go to exit, > Save settings and exit.
If you don't boot to the USB to perform the install, try rebooting and press the appropriate F key to bring up the Boot Manager.