Portainer stacks are really easy to learn and are widely documented / used by docker's devs.
It is a real efficient mean to deploy dockers and to manage NAS applications.
In my (very modest) opinion, only some very closely link to the OS / users access…
Reacted with to ryecoaaron’s post in the thread OMV 5.x Safely install on existing system (Raspbian Buster).Reaction (Post)The install script has an option to skip network settings. I don't normally recommend running the script on an existing install but that is usually due to network settings. So I would use the install script - …
Take a look at Droppy:
Droppy - Self Hosted File Storage Server
I have installed it on Docker / Portainer (help available if needed) but other options are possible
- Responsive, scalable HTML5 interface
- Realtime updates of file system changes