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can anyone tell me how to create a directory in freenas /mnt/test for example

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closed as off-topic by Chris S Sep 16 '13 at 14:59

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mkdir /mnt/test

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A terse slapdown, but it made me laugh! Etienne, we need to know a lot more about what you've got, what you want to do with it, what you've done so far, and how it worked or failed. – MadHatter Feb 16 '11 at 10:45

You need do a few things before the disks are accessible:

Add the disks, then format them. Add a mount point - just 'test' in your case. This is followed by the enabling of SMB/CIFS then the creation of a share.

It will then be accessible from //ip.address/test

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