UBUNTU 11 04 CANT SEE MY FREENAS DRIVES ANYMORE Tags: NAS / RAID Ubuntu Servers Storage Last response: August 11, 2011 5:57 PM in Storage Share ironmonger August 1, 2011 9:29:20 PM Hello, I used to see my freenas drives with ver 10.04, upon upgrading to 11.04 I see the window share, my group but tno the drives. Nothing was changed on th efreenas server and it still works with WIN7.. Any thought on where to look? Thanks More about : ubuntu freenas drives anymore urfriendlyvirus August 11, 2011 5:57:19 PM Hey Ironmonger, So I had this same issue as you. It wouldn't show up at all. Now I was trying to connect to a school server instead of a FreeNAS server, but same difference. A fix for me was to do this: 1. When on your desktop, go to the task bar 2. Click on the option File 3. Find the option in File, Connect to Server 4. When it opens, select your service (SSH, FTP, Windows Share, etc...) 5. Fill in the required information. 6. Connect! Also if you want to get to the home folder, don't input a specified path. Just put in the IP address and if you have a username login. Hope this helps!! -UrFriendlyVirus Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumWindows 7X64 Pro can't see Ubuntu 11.04 ForumNAS setup - FreeNas/Ubuntu Server? ForumUbuntu 11.04 Install Problem ForumSound Card on ubuntu 12. 04 ForumCan map a windows 7 drive to Ubuntu , but can't see Ubuntu from Windows 7 ForumUbuntu 11.04 Install issue ForumUbuntu "demo" (from disc) slow? ( 11.04 Natty Narwhal) ForumUBUNTU 11.04 INSTALLATION PROBLEM ForumUbuntu 11.04 64 clean install will not boot ForumUbuntu 11.04 not installing at all. ForumUninstall Ubuntu 10. 04 no Windows XP install CD Forum4tb hdd is being read as 2tb hdd ForumQuestion: i cant acces my wd external hdd . ForumNAS replace 1 drive with 2 drives ForumDo thumb drives reqiure a driver mine dosnt work ForumWhat would polarity be on wd hard drives ForumAre my drives failing Forum[Solved] RAID 10k drives, acronis image for backup on existing ForumFake usb drives ForumFailed laptop, and corrupt raid drives. More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !