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GeneralRe: Linux, why do you keep disappointing me? Pin
dandy724-Dec-23 7:04
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Norm Powroz4-Dec-23 6:06
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greyseal964-Dec-23 9:15
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dandy725-Dec-23 8:10
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DOSida4-Dec-23 11:40
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dandy725-Dec-23 7:41
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DOSida5-Dec-23 10:10
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Debian does have older packages especially Debian Stable. FreeBSD I'm not sure because I've never used it so I assume perhaps there are differences between packages maintained by a distro vs getting the latest upstream code and just compiling it and packaging it.

Again I don't know how FreeBSD uses upstream code or what are their patching and maintaining policies so this is just an assumption and I could be wrong. If you're using TrueNAS Scale then you're correct. If you're just using TrueNAS Core then there is a possibility that my statement holds true.

Not trying to be nitpicky or difficult just making observations that might have some bearing in the discussion at hand.

I also think that perhaps you might want to look for alternative ways of making this work for you. I don't know how TrueNAS (Core Scale or any other branch of it) handles USB External storage devices but you could make a folder and subfolders and mount each of your USB Storage Devices in those subfolders. It's not as elegant or polished as the Windows approach but it's just as functional.
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Salvatore Terress5-Dec-23 6:35
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Ralf Quint5-Dec-23 12:39
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GeneralDoes it make sense to defrag a SSD? Pin
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