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1 USER GUIDE Note: 1. PROLINUX is a DHCP client and is set to auto mode by default. 2. Default IP: Port: Default UI account: sysadmin 4. Default UI password: sysadmin1234 1

2 TABLE OF CONTENTS ABOUT THE GOODS AND THE MANUAL... 6 OPERATING SAFETY WARNING... 6 PROLINUX TIPS BEFORE INSTALLATION... 7 CHAPTER 1. ABOUT PROLINUX OVERVIEW PACKAGE CONTENTS STRUCTURES OF PROLINUX LED Display & System Status Overview HDD INSTALLATION GUIDE CHAPTER 2. START MANIPULATING PROLINUX POWER OPERATIONS Get Ready of PROLINUX Power ON Power OFF Power Break and Resume NETWORK STRUCTURE NASLINK INSTALLATION SEARCHING PROLINUX BY NASLINK BUILDUP PROLINUX HDD SYSTEM Normal Mode: Creating a PROLINUX System Disk Formatting the 2 nd HDD RAID Mode: System Folder Structure of PROLINUX CHAPTER 3. WEB BASE MANAGEMENT CLIENT ORIENTED OPERATION OF WEB MANAGEMENT MAIN PAGE OF WEB MANAGEMENT FEATURES OF BUTTON ON WEB MANAGEMENT CHANGE UI LANGUAGE ACTIVATE AND DEACTIVATE SERVICE/SERVER CHAPTER 4. CONFIGURATION OF SYSTEM NETWORK MANAGEMENT Network Setting

3 4.1.2 PPPoE Dial-up Setting ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT New Account Creating New Account New Group Creating New Group Account Listing Account Modification: Account Search Account Deletion Group Listing Group Modification Group Deletion Group Search BACKUP MANAGEMENT Backup Server Setting Remote Backup Local Backup Backup / Restore Instant Backup Instant Restore Schedule Backup SYSTEM INFORMATION Hardware Info System Date HARD DISK MANAGEMENT Hard Disk Configuration RAID Configuration RAID Alarm Settings POWER MANAGEMENT FIRMWARE UPGRADE Extension Modules Upgrade Firmware Add New Firmware CHAPTER 5. SERVER FILE SERVER Status Settings

4 5.1.3 Share Folders Create New Share Folder Edit Access permission of Share Folder Mount partitions of share folder Activation of the Share Folder Deletion of the Share Folder FTP SERVER Status Settings Anonymous Settings Logs CHAPTER 6. GUI PASSWORD SETTINGS ACCESS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM INFO. SETUP NOTICES TO HOST LOGS RESET TO DEFAULT CHAPTER 7. EXTERNAL USB DEVICE USB DEVICE ONE BUTTON COPY CHAPTER 8. SERVER (EXTENSIONS) WEB SERVER Status Folder structure of Web Server Default HTML Homepage File CGI program supporting format Homepage access from Browser Virtual Host php.ini Settings MYSQL DATABASE Activation / Deactivation MySQL Management Entrance my.cnf settings Logs POSTGRESQL DATABASE

5 8.3.1 Activation / Deactivation PostgreSQL Management Entrance Logs DDNS SETTING Activation / Deactivation Settings Enable DDNS service ITUNES SERVER Activation / Deactivation Settings Playlist Settings UPNP MEDIA SERVER Activation / Deactivation Settings MULTI-PROTOCOL DOWNLOAD Activation / Deactivation Settings Task List Add a new download task Delete download task

6 About The Goods And The Manual 1. Because the F/W development and modification continue to move forward, articles written in this manual are based on the current achievements. If there are any errors, we would appreciate any comments and advices sent to us. 2. Under the regulation of copy right we preserve the right to modify the contents of this manual without any notice in advance. 3. We guarantee that this product was fully tested and examined before it was shipped. All installations should be under normal operating conditions. During the warranty period, if any failure occurs under normal operating conditions, it can be returned for a repair. 4. We can t guarantee your data never become corrupted, therefore we strongly suggest users backup their data and information routinely. Operating Safety Warning 1. Please study the manual carefully before using this product. 2. This product can operate under temperatures between 0 o C to 40 o C with a relative humidity between 0% to 80%. Be sure to make the working place is well ventilated. 3. Do not block any ventilation holes on the product in order to retain the heat dissipation efficiency. 4. Do not place any water, drinks, or chemical objects nearby the product to avoid any accidental spills. 5. This product operates with a output, 100V~240V/AC input power adapter. Do not use any other types of AC/DC power adapter rating which differs from the required specification; otherwise it will cause damage to the product. 6. The power adapter should be well ventilated and not covered by any object. 7. HDDs must be well secured and screwed to the HDD-tray before inserting them into the metal frame. 6

7 PROLINUX Tips Before Installation Before installing PROLINUX, please be aware of some key information regarding PROLINUX which will help you understand this machine and further operation Seconds Power ON/OFF control To avoid faulty power button operation: - Power ON: Press the power button and hold for 3 seconds until the power LED turns on. - Power OFF: Press the power button and hold for 3 seconds until the power LED turns off. 2. DHCP client only in the LAN PROLINUX is designed to be a DHCP client in the LAN and is set to Auto mode by default, eliminating Users having to input an IP Address manually. 3. Default IP: :6666 If the DHCP server is not present or if PROLINUX is connected to the PC directly: - Factory Default IP is using the access port Web management: 4. Default Web Management (UI) system account and password - Factory Default ID: sysadmin - Factory Default PW: sysadmin Default SAMBA/FTP system account and password - Factory Default ID: sysadmin - Factory Default PW: adminpw 6. Disk Maximun Support PROLINUX can be fitted with 2 HDDs. These 2 HDDs can be configured to operate as Normal, Raid 0, or Raid 1. For a single drive, the maximun HDD capacity acknowledged by system is 2TB. 7

8 HDD Mode HDD A B Total Capacity Normal 2TB 2TB 4TB RAID 0 1TB 1TB 2TB RAID 1 2TB 2TB 2TB Remark 2 separate HDDs are shown in the system. 2TB is the maximum in each HDD bay. 2 HDDs are combined as a single HDD (Stripping). The maximun capacity can not exceed 2TB. 2 HDDs are exact duplicates of each other (Mirroring). 7. Native Server/Service and Extension Server/Module PROLINUX is equipped with two kinds of service, Native and Extension. - Native Server: System Management, SAMBA server and FTP server. These functions are PROLINUX S basic services. - Extension Server/Modue: Web servr, Database server, UPnP server, itune server, Download service and DDNS service. These are installed modules which are installed by the user s demand. 8. Easy NAS Positioning Utility NASLink - NASLink is a Windows based utility, and works with XP, Win-7(32/64). - NASLink helps search for PROLINUX s LAN IP Address when you don t know it. - NASLink can help you connect to the web management page easily. 9. HDD Configurations of PROLINUX Before PROLINUX gets working, PROLINUX has to create a system disk. HDDs must be formated via PROLINUX and the HDDs will be partitioned into 4 partitions as: /fsys Home Directory(/data) Reserved area Swap 15 GB *The remaining capacity of the HDD 50 MB 1 GB - /fsys: This area stores system program including native and extenion modules, management data (i.e. user account), system settings information, etc - /data: General storage area which is controlled and used by the user. - Reserved area: Reserved for future usage. - Swap: Used by the system for temporary data management. 8

9 10. Reset to Default There is a Reset button on the back of PROLINUX which will help return its IP, System ID, System Password and DHCP to their factory default values. Hold at least 5 secs to retore to Default - IP: :6666 (or other applicable IP if connected to a DHCP server) - System ID: sysadmin - System password: sysadmin DHCP: Auto mode - Telnet access enable - GUI Management access allows all IP address 9

10 Chapter 1. About PROLINUX 1.1 Overview PROLINUX is a multi-functional mini-server designed for home or small business usage. PROLINUX is a mini but super SOHO server with its rich and excellent features. Hardware Raid: Equipped with Hardware Raid 0 and Raid 1. Raid 0 improves data accessing performance and Raid 1 is perfect for data rebuild and secured integration. Account Quota: Creates a private, secure, and controllable storage space for each user. This account management scheme helps allocate the storage capacity more efficiently for PROLINUX. Backup and Restore: Helps to preserve precious data. Scheduling a data backup makes sure your data is preserved with the latest copy. The latest backup can be stored on PROLINUX used to restore a computer that has suffered a crash and data loss. File Server: Supporting SMB/CIFS, PROLINUX can share storage data to users on the same LAN such as documents, sound/audio files, photographs, movies, images, database, etc. An Account filtering scheme also protects your data from any kinds of malice. FTP Server: Supporting active and passive modes, users can download and upload from a remote site over the internet. It is easy to create FTP accounts personalized for friends, colleagues, customers, relatives., etc. Web Server: Supporting PHP and MySQL/PostgreSQL allows users to create a personal home page. Virtual host functionality makes PROLINUX a server master providing multiple web services. Multiple Protocol Download: BT, HTTP, FTP, and MetaLink help users download data/information from the internet quickly and efficiently. Media Server: itune and UpnP makes sharing entertainment media contents such as music, video, photographs over the LAN easily. 10

11 DDNS Client, Dynamic Domain Name System: Allows IP free accessing through the internet. Registration to a DDNS host service provider allows you to create your own hostname that point to PROLINUX. This allows you to quickly and conveniently connect to an easy-to-remember URL anywhere around the world over the internet. Smart and Quite FAN Control: Equipped with a temperature sensor and PWM fan control scheme, PROLINUX works quietly yet also efficiently keeping the system cool. 1.2 Package Contents PROLINUX is packed with the enclosed items below: 1. PROLINUX unit 2. Power Adapter 3. Power Cord 4. LAN Cable 5. Quick Start Guide-Manual 6. Tools CD (Extension Module and NASLink) 7. Screw Pack 11

12 1.3 Structures of PROLINUX The figure below shows the front and back sides of PROLINUX. Number Name Description 1 HDD A LEDs HDD A indicators 2 HDD B LEDs HDD B indicators 3 Power LED Power ON/OFF indicator 4 Power Button Power Button. Press the button and holds for 3 seconds to turn ON or turn OFF. 5 LAN LED LAN connection indicator 6 USB I LED USB port 1 connection indicator 7 USB II LED USB port 2 connection indicator 8 Backup Button Activates Backup from USB ports, 1 or 2. 9 USB I Port USB port 1 connector 12

13 10 Power DC Jack DC adapter power input, DC12V. 11 Gigabit LAN Port RJ45 connector of 10/100/1000 LAN. 12 USB II Port USB port 2 connector 13 Reset SW Reset button for PROLINUX to reset to its factory defaults. 14 Cool FAN PWM Cooling FAN LED Display & System Status Overview LED COLOR Description Power Green Power ON. LAN Green OFF: LAN Disconnected ON/Flashing: Connected by LAN and Accessing USB I Green OFF: USB Device Failure or Missing ON/Flashing: Device Ready/ Data Accessing USB II Green OFF: USB Device Fail or Missing ON/Flashing: Device Ready/ Data Accessing OFF: HDD Missing Link Orange ON: HDD Installed OFF: HDD Missing or Failure HDDA Normal Flashing: Data Accessing Act/STATUS Blue Slow Flashing: RAID 1 Rebuild Flashing 3/Slow, 3/Fast: RAID Error Link Orange OFF: HDD Missing ON: HDD Installed OFF: HDD Missing or Failure HDDB Normal Flashing: Data Accessing Act/STATUS Blue Slow Flashing: RAID 1 Rebuild Flashing 3/Slow, 3/Fast: RAID Error 13

14 1.4 HDD Installation Guide Step 1: Unscrew the 4 screws connecting the platic material to the HDD tray. Step 2: Slide the HDD into the tray and screw the 4 screws obtained from completing Step 1. Step 3: Slide the tray into PROLINUX metal frame. Step 4: Push the tray into metal frame firmly and lock the handle of the tray. 14

15 Chapter 2. Start Manipulating PROLINUX 2.1 Power Operations Get Ready of PROLINUX Openning the gift box, you can see PROLINUX unit, 12V/3A DC Power Adapter, Power Cord, and LAN Cable. - Place PROLINUX on a flat surface and with an open space. - Gently connect the DC power plug to the Power connector located on the back side of PROLINUX. - Connect the Power Cord to the DC Power Adapter and city power source. - Connect the LAN cable from the network to the LAN(RJ45) connector of PROLINUX. - Open the front door of PROLINUX and pull out the HDD trays. - Install the HDDs to the HDD tray of PROLINUX. - Slide the HDD trays into PROLINUX. Refer to 1.4 HDD Installation Guide Power ON To avoid any faulty power button operations, you have to press and hold the power button for 3 seconds until the power LED turns on. Because PROLINUX is a Linux based system, it will take around 3 minutes to check and verify the system. During this time please be patient while PROLINUX system boots up Power OFF To avoid any faulty power button operations, you have to press and hold the power button for 3 seconds until the power LED turns off. Please assure that PROLINUX has finished all its operations before you turn off the power, otherwise data loss can occur or the HDD behaves in an unpredictable manner. Therefore, you must be very careful before turning off the power Power Break and Resume PROLINUX memorizes the power status before any sudden loss of power. During PROLINUX s normal working operation, if the power is shut off suddenly by a power break. PROLINUX will automatically power on and boot up. 15

16 2.2 Network Structure Basically, most of the network structure of home or SOHO usage can be constructed as the figure below. In the figure, PROLINUX positions itself as a client device in the LAN. Remote A Remote B Ftp://... LAN xdsl / ATUR IP Share / AP / Router Internet Public IP Intranet Private IP PC 1 PC 2 PC 3 PROLINUX PC n We can proceed to activate and configure PROLINUX once it is connected to the LAN. 1. Copy the NASLink software (supplied on CD) onto your PC. 2. Connect PROLINUX to a LAN with a DHCP server (IP Share, AP or Router). 3. Execute NASLink from your PC. 16

17 2.3 NASLink Installation Searching PROLINUX by NASLink NASLink is a PC software that helps you to set up your PROLINUX in the network environment. What you need to do is simply double click on it to target PROLINUX in the network range. A. If PROLINUX connects to your PC directly: 1. The default IP of PROLINUX is Set the IP of your computer to the same domain as x 3. NASLink will detect PROLINUX automatically. 4. Follow the procedures below to configure PROLINUX. B. If PROLINUX connects to a LAN with DHCP enabled: 1. The IP of PROLINUX will be assigned by DHCP server. 2. NASLink will detect PROLINUX automatically. 3. Follow the procedures below to configure PROLINUX.. (1) Double click on NASLink, to view the screen as shown below. PROLINUX will appear in the Device List field. (2) Click on PROLINUX which is listed in the device list. If the HDDs have been formatted by PROLINUX, information such as the IP address, MAC address, and HDD will be displayed as shown below. 17

18 (3) Click on PROLINUX which is listed in the device list. If the HDDs have not been formatted by PROLINUX, then a message HDD is not initialized. pop up. The basic information including the IP address and MAC address will still be displayed. (4) Click on OK, and then click on Access via web. You will be redirected to the administrator login page. 18

19 2.4 Buildup PROLINUX HDD system Before PROLINUX gets to work, you have to build a System Disk and a clear idea on how to arrange these 2 HDDs. - Normal: 2 distinctive HDDs. - RAID 0: Combine 2 HDDs into one big HDD and increase access performance. - RAID 1: HDD mirroring, HDD A and HDD B will be clones of each other for improving data security. Upon entering the web management, an authentication dialogue box will pop up. Please follow the steps below to configure your PROLINUX. (1) Select GUI language in the Language drop down menu. Enter sysadmin in the Username box. Enter sysadmin1234 in the Password box. Note: Default User Name: sysadmin Password: sysadmin1234 (2) If it is your first time logging into PROLINUX or if the System Disk hasn t been created yet. You will be asked if you would like to do a RAID configuration. - Pressing Cancel sets the HDDs as Normal with 2 distinctive storages. - Pressing OK sets the HDDs to RAID mode RAID 0 or RAID 1. 19

20 2.4.1 Normal Mode: Creating a PROLINUX System Disk 1. Pressing Cancel in the last dialogue box will bring up the next screen displaying all the hard drive information and availability. 2. Please press Format on one of the hard drives. 3. Disk formation is a critical operation of PROLINUX. Please be sure to read the following pop up dialog before clicking OK to format the hard drive. 4. Disk formatting setups include Disk Partition, Disk Formatting, and System Buildup. It will take a longer time to complete the formatting procedure as the disk capacity gets larger. Please be patient and wait for formatting procedure to complete. 20

21 5. When the formatting procedure completes, the system disk of PROLINUX will be established. You will also see a screen similar to the following below: - The Server and GUI setup options will now be available in the left column. - On the right side of the screen, besides the basic PROLINUX information, displays the status of the File Server and FTP server. By default they are terminated as they have not been activated yet. - Chapter 3 will guide you through activating the File Server and FTP server. - Detail System Disk information can be checked by clicking: System -> Hard disk Management -> Hard Disk Configuration - There are 4 partitions in the SYSTEM Hard Disk which includes /fsys, /data, reserved area, and swap. 21

22 Formatting the 2 nd HDD After the System Disk is built, we can start manipulating the 2 nd HDD in PROLINUX. As shown on last picture, there are 4 partitions we can create on the 2 nd HDD. 1 Click on No Partition Detected as shown in the picture below. Click on No Partition Detected to create a partition. - The Create Partition dialogue shows that you have to calculate the size of the partition yourself. - Input the cylinder range, then click Save to complete the partition process. 4. To create the next partition, click on No partition detected again. - The start number of the cylinder range will increase automatically. You need to 22

23 recalculate the ending cylinder to fit the capacity size you wish. There is a message Partition size, which helps you calculate the capacity. - A total of 4 partitions can be created in the 2 nd HDD as shown in the picture above. 5. Before partitions can be used as general storages, they have to perform Format process. - Clicking the Format of each partition to start formatting process. - After format complete, there will have message Replace shows at each partition to indicate that partition is ready for use. - You can perform Delete, Format, and Replace to each HDD partitions. Refer to Chapter 5, Hard disk Management for detail descriptions RAID Mode: You need to install 2 HDDs to create a RAID system on PROLINUX. If it is the first 23

24 time you are logging into PROLINUX or if the System Disk hasn t been created yet. You will be asked if you would like to do RAID configuration. 1. Press the OK button on dialogue box shown in the picture above. The following screen below will display the raid type selection.. 2. Choose a proper RAID type you want to create on PROLINUX. - RAID 0: Total capacity will be 2 times of the HDD with the smaller capacity. - RAID 1: Total capacity will be the same as the HDD with the smaller capacity. 3. After RAID 0 or RAID 1 is selected, click Save to create a RAID system. Before creating RAID system, 2 HDDs must be totally clean. There can t be any pre-existing partitions on the HDD. 24

25 4. When the RAID system has been created successfully. A message will pop up as shown in the picture above. Click Format to start the formatting procedure. 5. Disk formation is a critical operation of PROLINUX. Please be sure to read the following pop up dialog before clicking OK to format the hard drive. 6. Disk formatting setups include Disk Partition, Disk Formatting, and System Buildup. It will take a longer time to complete the formatting procedure as the disk capacity gets larger. Please be patient and wait for formatting procedure to complete. 7. When the formatting procedure has completed. The system disk of PROLINUX will be established and the message on the screen will be: - The Server and GUI setup options will now be available in the left column. - On the right side of the screen, besides the basic PROLINUX information, displays the status of the File Server and FTP server. By default they are 25

26 terminated and require administrator to activate the services. - Chapter 3 will guide you through activating the File Server and FTP server. - Detail System Disk information can be checked by clicking: System -> Hard disk Management -> Hard Disk Configuration - Only one disk can be seen in the disk information. - There are 4 partitions in SYSTEM Hard Disk which includes /fsys, /data, reserved area, and swap System Folder Structure of PROLINUX When a PROLINUX system is built, the sysadmin folder will be created as the root directory. Picture below shows the full screen of the system folder allocation in PROLINUX. 26

27 - home: Folder for user account management. - samba_file: File server management. public : The default sharing folder for all users accessing PROLINUX. usbshare : Root directory for all external USB devices. When an external USB device is plugged into PROLINUX USB connector, a USB device folder will be created under this folder with the name of the USB device. - ftp_file: Home directory for anonymous users logging on to PROLINUX. FTP service for anonymous management only. - upload : Folder for anonymous users uploading data from a remote site. Chapter 3. Web Base Management When PROLINUX system disk has built, you can start configuring the settings on PROLINUX. The following chapters will guide you on how to manage and perform NAS configurations on PROLINUX. 27

28 3.1 Client Oriented Operation of Web Management The Web Management design of PROLINUX is based on Client-Oriented consideration. Function management is categorized into 4 levels. Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 User input Level 1: There are only 3 items, System, Server and GUI. Level 2: When you click each item in Level 1, all its related features will expand and are listed under the selected item. Level 3: When you click each feature listed in Level 2, all its related configurable items will be shown on the screen with different icons. All icons will be copied to the bottom side of the screen. You can select one of the icons to change the NAS settings. 28

29 Level 4: When you choose one of the icons in Level 3, it will enter into its related user input page. At this stage, the Level 3 icons will still be shown at the bottom of the screen. It is convenient for users to choose another icon and change their settings. All icons in Level 3 and Level 4 will change its size to a bigger one while the mouse moves over the icon. Users will clearly notice which items they have selected. 3.2 Main Page of Web Management When users successfully logon to PROLINUX, the main page will be shown as the picture above. Information regarding PROLINUX is shown on the right side. - Kernel Version: Linux Kernel version used in PROLINUX. - System Date: Current date and time. - Physical Address: MAC address of PROLINUX. - HDD Space: HDD capacity information. - Service conditions: Status of service or servers installed on PROLINUX. 3.3 Features of button on Web Management There 5 tabs on the main Management page: Home: Returns you to the web-management screen. Logout: You will exit the web management operation immediately. System: PROLINUX s basic configuration options. Clicking the System bar reveals PROLINUX s entire basic configuration features in a pull-down box and 29

30 list in the selection area. You can select the item you want to check or change. Clicking the System bar again will cause will have the pull-down box unfolded. All operation features will be explained in Chapter 4. Basic Configuration of System Server: Entry point of PROLINUX s NAS service/server configuration settings. SAMBA and FTP are two basic service modules of PROLINUX. Their operation will be explained in Chapter 5 Server. GUI: PROLINUX s remote access configuration settings. The operation will be explained in Chapter 6 GUI. 30

31 3.4 Change UI language It s easy to change the UI (User Interface) language by clicking the upper-right Language pull-down menu as seen in the picture below. 3.5 Activate and Deactivate Service/Server On the right-bottom side of the screen, you can find the status of the services/servers installed on PROLINUX. You can click the status bar to change its status. For example: File Server has not been activated. You can activate this server by clicking on Service terminated. The operation status of File Server will change to The service is running. The File Server of PROLINUX is activated. You may do it likewise to terminate the service(s) again. 31

32 Chapter 4. Configuration of System System manages settings of the Network, Account Management, Backup Management, System Information, Hard Disk Management, Power Management, and Firmware Upgrade. 4.1 Network Management Network Setting These settings help PROLINUX connect to the network. Host Name: While the name is changeable to administrator s favorite, the use of PROLINUX can help you to memorize how you create your own FQDN (Fully Qualified Domain Name). Domain Name: The domain name of PROLINUX registers to the internet or the domain name of the internet ISP. It is help you to memorize how you create your own FQDN (Fully Qualified Domain Name). FQDN = Host Name + Domain Name. For Example: If the FQDN = we can set the Host Name and Domain Name as: Host Name = www Domain Name = abc-isp.com 32

33 IP Status: This setting determines how PROLINUX obtains an IP address in your LAN. - Automatically (DHCP): This is the default setting. It is not necessary to set the IP address manually. 1. If there is a DHCP server in your LAN, such as Router, IP Share, or AP. They can assign a specific IP to PROLINUX. 2. All other settings will be assigbed by the DHCP server such as: Primary DNS, Slave DNS, LAN IP address, Subnet Mask, and Gateway. 33

34 - Manual Configuration: If a DHCP server is not present in your LAN then you must manually input an IP address and all other settings. 1. Primary DNS: This is the external DNS server s IP address which will allow PROLINUX connect to the internet. 2. Slave DNS: Performs the same function as the Primary DNS. 3. LAN IP Address: The IP address of PROLINUX. 4. Subnet Mask: Normally Gateway: The address of the Gate which is placed at the junction of the LAN and internet such as Router, AP, or IP Share. They serve as the communication between the internet and the LAN PPPoE Dial-up Setting If you are using an ADSL dial-up network connection with a dynamic IP, PROLINUX can also support ADSL dial-up connections. Enter the user name and password provided by the ISP to acquire an ADSL Dynamic IP. 34

35 4.2 Account Management PROLINUX is a multi-user and multi-task operating system and requires management on user accounts. To achieve a more efficient and flexible system of management, different file permissions are set to different accounts and groups. Note: 1. Use only the English alphabet (accounts may differ in Upper case or Lower case) and digits when creating a new account. (a..z, A..Z, 0~9, and _, are valid characters) 2. The initial character of the account must not be a digit. Important Notice! The Windows system recognizes the account name as the same whether it is upper or lower case, but Peter and peter is recognized as different accounts in a Linux system. That means the File server (Network Neighborhood) will recognize them as the same account causing an abnormal login to happen. While the FTP server recognizes them as the same account. To avoid this complex issue to happen, please add new accounts with extreme care on the case sensitive matters, ie: name accounts differently New Account On every new user account on PROLINUX, each account is able to access File Server and FTP servers unless otherwise disabled by administrator. You may set the Data Quota Size limitation on the accounts, and restrict specific accounts to access user s homepage, File server (Network Neighborhood) and FTP server. 35

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