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Rockstor 3.8-11 Linux-Based Free NAS Solution Has Rock-Ons and UI Improvements

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Suman Chakravartula informs us today about the immediate availability for download of the Rockstor 3.8-11 free and open-source NAS (Network Attached Storage) solution based on GNU/Linux technologies.

Rockstor 3.8-11 is the third stable update in the 3.8 series, bringing all sorts of improvements to make the software more reliable and secure. Among the most important changes, we can mention multiple enhancements to the Rock-Ons system, which has just received support for third-party Rock-Ons.

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