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I've got a D-Link DNS 320 and the standard firmware is clunky and limited.

What opensource alternatives are there to the standard firmware that can reliably be installed on the DNS 320?

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I've found FFP as a way of opening up the embedded Linux system with SSH access.

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Try FreeNAS... I am using it at home. You can also buy some inexpensive solutions with FreeNAS installed on it, so you'll essentially be paying for hardware.

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On the feature chart it states that FreeNas requires 4GB RAM (…). The DNS 320 has only 128MB RAM. Is this an issue? – Greg B Jul 10 '12 at 20:19
Are you trying to install it on you DNS 320? – George Jul 11 '12 at 20:28
Yes, my original question is about what other firmware I can install on my DNS 320. Thanks – Greg B Jul 11 '12 at 21:22
Sorry, but that's not what I gathered from your question... I thought you were looking for an alternative period. – George Jul 12 '12 at 14:50

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