A Linux command line is a text interface to your Synology NAS. Often referred to as the shell, terminal, console, prompt or various other names, it can give the appearance of being complex and confusing to use. This little guide will teach you some basic command lines for your DSM 7, to become familiar with … Read more about Synology: Basic Command Lines For DSM 7
Have you ever wondered if it was possible to speed up your Synology NAS so that it becomes more responsive? Today on mariushosting you too will learn some awesome new tricks to speed up your DSM 7 operating system on your Synology NAS. As you may know, DSM 7 is already in itself much faster … Read more about Synology DSM 7: How to Speed up Your NAS
HOOBS out of the box system, or HOOBS for short, is a plug and play hub that makes smart accessories compatible with your favorite ecosystem. Whether you prefer Apple Homekit, Google Home, or Amazon Alexa, you’re unlikely to find compatible accessories and services that all work together nicely under one roof. HOOBS aims to unify … Read more about How to Install HOOBS on Your Synology NAS
Have you already installed HOOBS using docker on your Synology NAS following my step by step guide? Do you want to log in via HTTPS using your custom domain name even when you are away from home? It’s simple and free. You don’t need to buy domains, you don’t need to look for information elsewhere because here … Read more about Synology: How to Allow HOOBS to Work Over an HTTPS Connection?
Homebridge is a lightweight NodeJS server you can run on your home network that emulates the iOS HomeKit API. Homebridge allows you to integrate with smart home devices that do not support the HomeKit protocol. After installing Homebridge, it remains running and connected to your network, ready to service requests from Siri. In this step … Read more about How to Install Homebridge on Your Synology NAS