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How to setup Mumble server on Synology Docker

This post is created to redirect my old post about installing Mumble through SynoCommunity packages. I would now recommend getting the Docker version of Mumble than using any Synology package, as they tends to be out of date quite often. But if you cannot run Docker than you have to wait for people to maintain…
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Run a Geekbench 4 benchmark on QNAP Container Station using Docker

Running Geekbench 4 would help identify how fast your QNAP really is, this can help others to do comparison when purchasing their next QNAP. Lets begin by installing Container Station, you can find it in the App Center. In the ‘Create’ tab, search for ‘Geekbench’, install bhcopeland/docker-geekbench4 Get the latest version Ensure that you turn…
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Setup HomeAssistant with Z-Wave on QNAP Container using Docker

Lets begin by making the initial Home Assistant installation, find it on QNAP Container Station. Look for homeassistant/home-assistant. Add a new “TZ” environment to set your TimeZone, check out the List of tz database time zones Set a static volume for the container to use, I just use QNAP “New Volume” directory. You can make…
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Setup Mumble Server on QNAP Container using Docker

Basic set-up of using QNAP container interface to install Mumble in Docked, download Container Station from the AppStore and find coppit/mumble-server. Get the latest tag build You can edit the name, apply CPU and memory restrictions, I’ve decided to put 2GB of RAM. Ensure that port 64738 with TCP and UDP is enabled via the…
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Benchmark DS218+ with Geekbench 4 through Synology Docker

To actually know how fast is your Synology is to run a benchmark tool to assessed the CPU performance. I’m going to run the Geekbench 4 through a pre-made docker. Once you installed Docker on your Synology, click on ‘Registry’ and search for bhcopeland/docker-geekbench4 I’ve found it by searching geekbench4 Once downloaded you can create…
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