Store browser bookmarks and sync via NAS

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Store browser bookmarks and sync via NAS

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Rusty

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One of the reasons I use FF on Windows, to sync back via iCloud to Safari. Annoyingly I have to also use FF sync to get the FF on Windows to maintain the FF on Mac's bookmarks. It's a pain. Still easier than the HTML page I used to maintain.
 
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So if I set that container up in my Docker, how do I point my FF on my Windows and Android machines to sync to that container..?

Right now in my login script I've set a robocopy from %AppData%\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles to the Synology homedir. But that doesn't sync to my mobile phone at all. :)
 
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I think that you have to fill in your nas as server on al your devices. Don’t use ff but will test it tomorrow.
 
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You have the possibility to sync your bookmarks with the ff server or with your own server. And that you can do on your nas when you install Firefox sync container. Link more info.
 

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