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Container management software

About: https://www.portainer.io/

In this guide, i will explain you how to install the portainer on your UGREEN Nas.
For now, the config page of Docker app on UGOS doesn't allow to link system folders which are required for Portainer.
Because of that, we have to use the command line via terminal to install Portainer

You need to have official docker app installed. If not, follow this guide to install it: Docker App Installation

SSH must be enable on your NAS and you need a client on your computer to connect to your NAS via terminal (putty as example).
If you don't have these, follow this guide to see how to use it How to connect to NAS via terminal using putty

In my guide is used volume1, but you can use any available volume

Inside UGOS, create a shared folder on Volume1 named DockerData. The folder will be used to store some configs for different containers.

In UGOS, go to File Manager > Shared Folder > + > New shared Folder

On the new window, select DockerData for folder name.
You can choose to hide this folder within the network and click on Create

On the next window, press OK

Shared folder was created:

Connect to your NAS via ssh and use your admin account for credentials (preferably to use the admin account created during NAS initialization).

We have to run the install commands as root, so we have to use sudo in front of our commands.
After the first command, you are asked to enter your user password.

Run these commands to install Portainer:

Portainer can be accessed on port 19000.
The image will be pulled from the server, installed and executed.

Portainer was succesfully installed, and the container is also visible on Docker WebUI inside UGOS.
From there you can also stop/start the Portainer container

Now, on your web browser type http://yourNASIP:19000

Fill in your desired password to access portainer and unselect if you want the option to collect statistics.
Click on Create user to go forward.

Click on Get Started

Click on local docker session

Installation done, we are ready now do deploy other containers using stacks on portainer.

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