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getting-started:synology-docker-install [2017/07/23 20:38]
Stefan Bron
getting-started:synology-docker-install [2017/07/25 08:45] (current)
Elco Jacobs
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-Go to '​Registry',​ search for `brewpi`.\\ +Go to '​Registry',​ search for ''​brewpi''​.\\ 
-Double click the `brewpi/​brewpi-ubuntuimage to download it.\\+Double click the ''​brewpi/​brewpi-ubuntu'' ​image to download it.\\
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 **Launch the BrewPi image**\\ **Launch the BrewPi image**\\
-Go to '​Image'​ and select the `brewpi/​brewpi-ubuntuimage and click the launch button.\\+Go to '​Image'​ and select the ''​brewpi/​brewpi-ubuntu'' ​image and click the launch button.\\
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 Go to '​Volume'​ and press the button 'Add Folder'​.\\ Go to '​Volume'​ and press the button 'Add Folder'​.\\
-Select (or create) a folder on the Synology NAS to hold your BrewPi data and type `/dataas the mount path.\\+Select (or create) a folder on the Synology NAS to hold your BrewPi data and type ''​/data'' ​as the mount path.\\
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 Go to '​Container'​. You should see your new BrewPi container running :)\\ Go to '​Container'​. You should see your new BrewPi container running :)\\
-\\ To log in on the command line interface (CLI) of the container, double-click the BrewPi container, go to `Terminaland press the Create button.\\+\\ To log in on the command line interface (CLI) of the container, double-click the BrewPi container, go to ''​Terminal'' ​and press the Create button.\\
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-We're going to set the correct timezone from the CLI. To do this, type: `sudo dpkg-reconfigure tzdata`\\+We're going to set the correct timezone from the CLI. To do this, type: ''​sudo dpkg-reconfigure tzdata''​\\
 You are now presented with a menu to select a geographic area and a city or region to set the timezone.\\ You are now presented with a menu to select a geographic area and a city or region to set the timezone.\\
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 **Configure the server to find the BrewPi Spark**\\ **Configure the server to find the BrewPi Spark**\\
 Open the File Station app and go to the folder that you selected to mount to /data and open the settings folder. \\ Open the File Station app and go to the folder that you selected to mount to /data and open the settings folder. \\
-In this folder you'll see the file `config.cfg.example`. Copy this file and rename it to `config.cfg`.\\+In this folder you'll see the file ''​config.cfg.example''​. Copy this file and rename it to ''​config.cfg''​.\\
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-In `config.cfg`, change the port setting to:+In ''​config.cfg''​, change the port setting to:
 <​code>​ <​code>​
 port = socket://<​ipaddress of the brewpi spark>:​6666 port = socket://<​ipaddress of the brewpi spark>:​6666
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 Open the BrewPi web interface in a browser by going to the IP address of your NAS, followed by the exposed port you set up earlier, for example: Open the BrewPi web interface in a browser by going to the IP address of your NAS, followed by the exposed port you set up earlier, for example:
-Go to [[http://​192.168.1.100:​83]],​ assuming ​`192.168.1.100is the IP address of your NAS.+Go to [[http://​192.168.1.100:​83]],​ assuming ​''​192.168.1.100'' ​is the IP address of your NAS.
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 That's it! You should see the BrewPi web interface in your browser. If the script is not running within a minute, check the '​Maintenance panel -> Logs' tab.\\ That's it! You should see the BrewPi web interface in your browser. If the script is not running within a minute, check the '​Maintenance panel -> Logs' tab.\\