Introduction

Unraid is a Linux-based operating system optimized for media file storage, streaming, and gaming. It is a paid software, but it is worth the price. It is easy to use and has a lot of features. It is a great choice for a home server.

Features✨

  • Hard Disk Drive Pooling: Multiple hard disk drives can be combined into a single storage pool to provide greater storage capacity.
  • Data Protection and Backup: Unraid provides data protection and backup features including hard drive failsafe, data redundancy and automatic backup.
  • Virtualization: Unraid supports virtualization technology that allows you to run multiple virtual machines on the same computer, each running a different operating system and application.
  • Plug-ins and applications: Unraid supports plug-ins and applications that make it easy to add new features and extend the functionality of the system.
  • Easy to use: Unraid’s easy-to-use interface makes it easy for even inexperienced Linux users to get started.

Installation

  1. Download the top file from the link above.
  2. Unzip the file.
    Unzio the file
  3. Format a USB drive to FAT32.
  4. Copy all files from unRAIDServer-6.12.8-x86_64 to a USB flash drive.

Replacement of files

New

  1. Replace unraid_crack > unraid-new in the config folder of the flash drive.
  2. Replace the contents of the go file in the config folder:
    #!/bin/bash
    export UNRAID_GUID=(!)HERE IS YOUR GUID
    export UNRAID_NAME=Tower
    export UNRAID_DATE=1654646400
    export UNRAID_VERSION=Pro
    /lib64/ld-linux-x86-64.so.2 /boot/config/unraider
    # Start the Management Utility
    /usr/local/sbin/emhttp & 

Old update

  1. Replace all the files from unraid_crack > unraider-for-update into the config folder on the flash drive.

Compiler

Run as administrator this file: make_bootable.bat

sudo bash make_bootable_linux
./make_bootable_mac

Boot

  1. Insert the USB drive into the computer.
  2. Boot from the USB drive.

Unzip key: efu.me