Linux server/domoticz docker container setup

  • not sure if the sticky bit is a problem


    try


    chmod 774 -R /sharedfolders/AppData/demoticz


    Which hardware are you using?

    It didn't work.
    I'm running OMV on a RockPro64 with its NAS case.
    A Unify controller in a docker container runs already on port 8080 with no problems so I guess Docker should be working fine on my OMV instance?
    Interestingly, through my Windows PC the folder AppData>Domoticz is NOT accessible while the folder AppData>Unify is.


    I will try the docker-compose option.
    Is that configuration going to create a folder itself or should I create a Domoticz folder manually prior to running the script?


    Thanks for all your help once again!




    UPDATE


    just ried the docker-compose option.
    Followed instructions up to docker-compose up -d


    but I'm getting the error:
    ERROR: Named volume "sharedfolder/AppData/domoticz:/config:rw" is used in service "domoticz" but no declaration was found in the volumes section.



    ..................................


    I did remove the Domoticz folder, recreated it, deleted it, left the image to create it by itself - pretty much tried all options.


    I will give the other image you suggested a go as soon as I get home.


    Do I have to run its configuration in a one-line-command as you suggested or should I save a docker-compose.yml like the previous example?


    Many thanks for all your help. It's been proven precious.
    At least I know I'm not doing anything wrong and the problem i with the image which is getting me nowhere!



    Just to update with this: This solution did not work either.
    Fed up with all this BS. Thank you very much for your effort and tendency to help though. It is thoroughly appreciated!



    Tried a few other containers with no luck.
    I just posted my issue to linuxserver.io forum. Let's see if they can pull a rabbit out of the hat....

  • not sure if the sticky bit is a problem


    try


    chmod 774 -R /sharedfolders/AppData/demoticz


    Which hardware are you using?

    It didn't work.
    I'm running OMV on a RockPro64 with its NAS case.
    A Unify controller in a docker container runs already on port 8080 with no problems so I guess Docker should be working fine on my OMV instance?
    Interestingly, through my Windows PC the folder AppData>Domoticz is NOT accessible while the folder AppData>Unify is.


    I will try the docker-compose option.
    Is that configuration going to create a folder itself or should I create a Domoticz folder manually prior to running the script?


    Thanks for all your help once again!




    UPDATE


    just ried the docker-compose option.
    Followed instructions up to docker-compose up -d


    but I'm getting the error:
    ERROR: Named volume "sharedfolder/AppData/domoticz:/config:rw" is used in service "domoticz" but no declaration was found in the volumes section.



    ..................................


    I did remove the Domoticz folder, recreated it, deleted it, left the image to create it by itself - pretty much tried all options.


    I will give the other image you suggested a go as soon as I get home.


    Do I have to run its configuration in a one-line-command as you suggested or should I save a docker-compose.yml like the previous example?


    Many thanks for all your help. It's been proven precious.
    At least I know I'm not doing anything wrong and the problem i with the image which is getting me nowhere!



    Just to update with this: This solution did not work either.
    Fed up with all this BS. Thank you very much for your effort and tendency to help though. It is thoroughly appreciated!



    Tried a few other containers with no luck.
    I just posted my issue to linuxserver.io forum. Let's see if they can pull a rabbit out of the hat....




    I posted my configurations logs there and waiting for their assistance.


    In the meantime, I managed to install a working image which was https://hub.docker.com/r/wbvreeuwijk/domoticz


    The problem is that -similarly to the Domoticz plugin- it does not seem to support OpenZWave USB as the my USB stick is not available in the drop-down menu of the hardware settings therefore, it's pretty much useless for my use case

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