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Hello, mayby a noob question, but what are commands on Xpenology in putty? I try to install Hassio - Home Assistant, but the commands don't work, is that because i have Xpenology?

or are the commands different in Xpenology?

 

I try this too install, but at the SSH i can get futher.

 

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DSM is Linux, but a highly modified Linux and many utilities you expect in a normal distro are omitted.  There is no compile environment, and many of the system files are changed from standard.

 

It isn't impossible to install directly, but running your apps via Docker is a much better idea.

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dsm is a linux appliance and does not have a package managment like apt or yumm its more like a fixed environment for more stability

the normal way for a native running app would be synologys package center in the webgui, these spk packeges need to be build specifically for synology (https://synocommunity.com/)

the more modern way and not bound to synology would be docker

 

in your case there seems to be a native package

https://community.home-assistant.io/t/hass-io-on-synology-dsm-native-package/125559

 

but as flyride already mentioned its better to use docker images, there will be a wider selection and they will get more updates

even synology has started to use docker for some former native packages

 

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On 10/28/2020 at 8:07 PM, IG-88 said:

Thanks, it already runnig!

 

dsm is a linux appliance and does not have a package managment like apt or yumm its more like a fixed environment for more stability

the normal way for a native running app would be synologys package center in the webgui, these spk packeges need to be build specifically for synology (https://synocommunity.com/)

the more modern way and not bound to synology would be docker

 

in your case there seems to be a native package

https://community.home-assistant.io/t/hass-io-on-synology-dsm-native-package/125559

 

but as flyride already mentioned its better to use docker images, there will be a wider selection and they will get more updates

even synology has started to use docker for some former native packages

 

 

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