I've been working on a small NAS setup for my parents recently, my first pass with OMV. So far I'm very impressed, and everything has gone smoothly and according to plan. I've run into one snag though, and I cant seem to work past it. The NAS is intended primarily as a replacement for the now defunct google photos, allowing my mother to automatically back up and view her photos when she's home. I intended to do this with Syncthing, setting her phone to backup to the server once a night when she's home. However, I've hit a wall with what seems to be permission issues.
I've been following this guide which has been very helpful, but things start to get a little wonky towards the end. In the "installing Syncthing" section, I've been working through method two, as I'm still not comfortable enough with the command line in docker to really use method one (I don't really understand what's going on, but I would be fine to use that if there's a resource explaining everything.) I think I run into an issue around step 20, but I cant really say. When everything is setup, my computer can see the Syncthing instance on the server, and I can sync to it, however, it doesn't seem that the client (in this case my computer) has permission to write to the folder.
Unfortunately, I'm at work right now, so I cant post more specific details, but I'll be happy to provide as much as necessary once I'm home later today. I wanted to get this out there and see if there was either a guide that I haven't been able to find, or see if I'm on the right track with this being a permissions issue, or if this is a configuration problem instead. I'm new to OMV, but very new to Docker, so any help would be great. This doesn't need to be the fanciest setup, but I need to make sure it's robust, I don't want this giving out unexpectedly, since I wont be able to come and service the NAS very often.
Please let me know what other information would be helpful to better ask the question of what's going wrong, and I'll get everything together ASAP. Thanks in advance for any help!
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