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  1. Now seems to be working without Internet!!!!!!!! I just had to wai a couple of minutes. After 20 reported container stops (and restarts) Mayan seems to be working, and bypassing HTTP requests. But, fffff. Too many tried until it gets successfully loaded. So, it was not the right solution I was finding out, but now I know that I just need to wait some more time on every boot if no Internet connection is available.
  2. I created the container again without latest tag, but seems it's still connecting to the Internet. And this is not Docker, but Mayan. Log: https://pastebin.com/HXjP9Gaz
  3. Mmm, I just found that on Gitlab. Could the problem I'm facing be related to what is already described on this site? And here seems talking about changing the container tag to a different name, other than 'latest'. That seems Mayan prevents to download files on each boot. Did you try to start the container without Internet Connection to see what happends?
  4. Here you can see the moment where it starts downloading resources again on each boot.
  5. Hi all, I just installed and successfully set up Mayan EDMS in Docker (Synology NAS). My setup is as follows: -> Mayan (container) · Volumes path/to/docker/dir:/var/lib/mayan · Ports 32773 -> 8000 (TCP) · Variables PATH: /usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/bin DEBIAN_FRONTEND: noninteractive PYTHONUNBUFFERED: 1 LC_ALL: C.UTF-8 PROJECT_INSTALL_DIR: /opt/mayan-edms PYTHON_PIP: /opt/mayan-edms/bin/pip MAYAN_DATABASE_PORT: 32772 MAYAN_DATABASE_CONN_MAX_AGE: 60 MAYAN_DATABASE_USER: mayan MAYAN_DATABASE_PASSWORD: my_pass MAYAN_DATABASE_NAME: mayan MAYAN_DATABASE_HOST: 172.17.0.1 MAYAN_DATABASE_ENGINE: django.db.backends.postgresql -> PostgreSQL (container) · Volumes path/to/docker/dir:/var/lib/postgresql/data · Ports 32772 -> 5432 (TCP) · Variables PATH: /usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/bin:/usr/lib/postgresql/11/bin GOSU_VERSION: 1.11 LANG: en_US.utf8 PG_MAJOR: 11 PG_VERSION: 11.2-1.pgdg90+1 PGDATA: /var/lib/postgresql/data POSTGRES_PASSWORD: my_pass POSTGRES_DB: mayan POSTGRES_USER: mayan I have checked, and both are writing to the destination 'docker' folders its files. So they are saving any changes as permanent. The problem is that every time I reboot the NAS, so Docker also gets rebooted, Mayan starts downloading all of the resources again (as on first installation). So, the big problem for me is that if I'm not connected to the Internet, Mayan instance is not launched. Why is this happening? Is it an error from the build? Devs decided to make Mayan works by this way? Or I'm just forgeting some needed configuration to keep installation files saved? Please, if someone can help me...
  6. Hello guys, Someone knows how to resize widgets in DSM? And if it's actually possible? In that case, I need to resize the one that displays HDDs information. To clarify what I need:
  7. I just wanted to know and see the difference that Portainer seems to offer to manage them. I'm just curious 😉 And, as @Lethal mentioned before, to be able to manage containers without logging in to DSM
  8. Hi, thank you for the answer. Yes, that was what I ended up doing.
  9. Hi all, I'm trying to set up Portainer within Docker, but I have a problem trying to add and also make that change permanent, to allow Portainer look into '/var/run/docker.sock' for the local Endpoint. I have tried both ways, I mean: - Create and configure the container using the Synology Docker app (GUI), but here, as /var/run is a root directory, I can't load the 'docker.sock' file. - Create and configure it within Terminal (PuTTY): docker run -d -p 32770:9000 --name portainer --restart always -v /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock -v /volume1/docker/Portainer:/data portainer/portainer. But the docker.sock link just disappears after starting it everytime. I have tried to make a symlink of /var/run dir to one of my user volumes so I can access these files easily, but docker.sock image was not shown there, so couldn't link it within Docker container settings.
  10. Hi all, Hope you can help me on this 😅. I successfully installed Bitwarden via Docker (mprasil/bitwarden), and it is currently running perfect. But within the NAS, or accessible from the same local net via web browser. The problem I'm facing right now is that I can not connect to my Bitwarden DB (NAS) from my smartphone (app), nor using the standalone Windows app. Both, Windows & Android apps, requires you to connect using a https protocol. But I don't know how could I set it up within Docker enviroment. I attached you some screenshots about the current config I have. It's in Spanish lang, but easy to understand if you know Docker. Note: I use it in a LAN without internet access, so local access only. Thank you.
  11. - Outcome of the installation/update: SUCCESSFUL - DSM version prior update: DSM 6.2.1 (latest update) - Loader version and model: Jun v1.04b - DS918+ - Using custom extra.lzma: NO - Installation type: as you show on my other posts
  12. - Outcome of the update: SUCCESSFUL - DSM version prior update: DS918+_6.2.1-23824 (Update 4) - Loader version and model: Jun's Loader v1.04b - DS918+ - Using custom extra.lzma: NO - Installation type: VMWare/ESXi - Additional comments: Installed latest available update (DSM 6.2.1_23824 Update 6) + VMware Workstation 15 + PC Desktop (AMD Ryzen, W10)