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Apologies in advance if this has already been mentioned. I stumbled across a cool tool called 'Snapdrop'. It is literally airdrop but over your own internal network and great for moving single files between different operating systems.
Snapdrop is absolutely amazing. I used tutorial to set it up.
Wish there was really good universal clipboard manager as good as snapdrop. My main use case is to copy paste between my Android phone and a macbook. Just migrated to a Pixel from an iOS device and I miss the universal clipboard between the iOS and MacOS
 
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With Homebridge V2.0 now available as a native package on top of all the other changes I am now in the unexpected position of running absolutely nothing in Docker. In fact, Docker isn't even running!

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I also took a mad plunge and installed DSM7 on my main NAS. Not a seamless process and a few things got messed-up.

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Show us your docker configurations, setups, images and containers that make you happy. This is my current setup on 918+

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Hi Rusty,
I do envy you your Docker setup, I lately tried to add Bitwarden which should in theory work with their Apple app but I was unable to get it to work :( I can make it run to be accessible from LAN over https but with the app....no. How is yours setup? I am bad with proxy settings, I do also have PieHole, but it is not fully setup either just because I cannot configure the ports and such.
 

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Hi Rusty,
I do envy you your Docker setup, I lately tried to add Bitwarden which should in theory work with their Apple app but I was unable to get it to work :( I can make it run to be accessible from LAN over https but with the app....no. How is yours setup? I am bad with proxy settings, I do also have PieHole, but it is not fully setup either just because I cannot configure the ports and such.
Contact me in private and we can discuss it a bit and hopefully get you going.
 
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Is it possible to run the official self hosted version of Bitwarden in a synology docker, Or just Vaultwarden?
 
Is it possible to run the official self hosted version of Bitwarden in a synology docker, Or just Vaultwarden?
Can be done. Afaik they have an installer script that needs to be used for the installation from the command line (=ssh shell)

Just be aware that the setup will be more complicated and it will consume arround 20-40 times the ressouces that vaultwarden requires.
 

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Afaik they have an installer script that needs to be used for the installation from the command line (=ssh shell)
Maybe I have misunderstood, but the question posted involved whether the official Bitwarden host could be run as a docker container, not a native install. As far as I know, Bitwarden has not released a docker compliant image for self-hosting.
Is it possible to run the official self hosted version of Bitwarden in a synology docker, Or just Vaultwarden?
What issues concern you about Vaultwarden?
 
Maybe I have misunderstood, but the question posted involved whether the official Bitwarden host could be run as a docker container, not a native install. As far as I know, Bitwarden has not released a docker compliant image for self-hosting.
uhm.. that actual is how the official Bitwarden is installed. They have an installer script that boostraps the container zoo, creats a reverse proxy if wanted and sets up the database :D see: Install and Deploy - Linux | Bitwarden Help & Support (in this case on-prem != base-metal)
 
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What issues concern you about Vaultwarden?

Not much really, other than the speed of updates being released when compared to the official product. And the possibility that something could break when the official product releases or updates their apps
 
Vaultwarden implements the Bitwarden api - but uses a much more efficient programming language and database solution doing it. The api it implements is a contract between clients and backends.

When breaking changes are planned, they would need to allign the release of all clients and force everyone running it on-prem to update at the same time to maintain compatibility..... quite unlickely (but ofc not impossible).

Thus said: do you know something we all don't?
 
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Vaultwarden implements the Bitwarden api - but uses a much more efficient programming language and database solution doing it. The api it implements is a contract between clients and backends.
When breaking changes are planned, they would need to allign the release of all clients and force everyone running it on-prem to update at the same time to maintain compatibility..... quite unlickely (but ofc not impossible).
Thank you for this explanation.

Thus said: do you know something we all don't?

I don’t.
 

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Back in the day, when I saw BW official and its setup, I thought to myself, there has to be a fork that is not less complex then this. Luckly, VW team are doing it the correct way, so in the past 2y I have had 0 problems on any official app when it comes to connecting to the self-hosted server side. Let's hope it stays that way.
 

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