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if you want to share files with other people you can use file station on your NAS but I prefer jirafeau running in a docker container. So I have did the setup a while ago in a docker container. I use always use docker-compose for setup and running containers on my nas. Here is the compose file for jirafeau:
YAML:
version: "2.1"
services:
  jirafeau:
    container_name: fileshare
    restart: unless-stopped
    image: jgeusebroek/jirafeau:latest
    environment:
    - TZ=Europe/Brussels
    volumes:
    - /volume1/gedeeld/Temp:/data
    - /volume1/docker/jirafeau:/cfg
    ports:
    - "8888:80"
When you run this the first time you have to do a small setup setup like choosing a password. Run this from your ddns and not from your internal ip. When you don't you can not share the file outside your network.
 

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if you want to share files with other people you can use file station on your NAS but I prefer jirafeau
You’ve left out the most important piece of info. Why? :)
What are the advantages over DSM’s solution?
 
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You’ve left out the most important piece of info. Why? :)
What are the advantages over DSM’s solution?
+1

And I think the file sharing features in Synology Drive is even better using the traditional file station. Works good when you have your own domain.
 
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This works also good for temporary files that will destroyed (if you want it) even after one minute. You can create a link for minimum one minute. Or you can drop a file that can be destroyed when it was downloaded.
Excuse me if I'm too rude but I just want to help with some docker stuff.
 
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This works also good for temporary files that will destroyed (if you want it) even after one minute. You can create a link for minimum one minute. Or you can drop a file that can be destroyed when it was downloaded.
Excuse me if I'm too rude but I just want to help with some docker stuff.
Thanks.
Why do you think you’re too rude?! You’re explaining your point of view and preference. Nothing wrong with that.

On the other hand, the forum bot was too rude for refusing my conversation, but he’s gone now. So it’s water under the bridge.
 

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@jphermans rude? Didn't get that. Definitely shows that there are many ways the NAS is becoming more multi-purpose server and can do things that are useful to a few.

Many buy the Syno NAS just to store files to expand their PC/Mac storage, and it works well for them but I think it's a waste of the rest of the capability.
 
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Most often it’s lack of knowledge. However, sometimes human ignorance amazes me.

Once I was in a store that sells mostly Apple stuff. A guy walked in, purchased the top of the line (at that time) MacBook Pro, purchased Windows and asked the store to install it on the Mac and to make sure that the Mac always boots to Windows as he “couldn’t care less about the other operating system”. I was gutted.

Spent that night in ICU :p
 

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