Hastebin is a simple pastebin which can be installed on a protected device such as a Synology NAS. Sharing code is a good thing, and it should be really easy to do it. A lot of times, you want to show somebody something – and that’s where you use pastebins. You can take a look at the example here. Well today I will teach you how to install Hastebin on your Synology NAS in less than 30 seconds directly through the Task Scheduler option. It’ll be over in a couple of seconds and it’s essentially child’s play.
Install Docker via Synology “Package Center”.
Go to File Station and open the docker folder. Inside the docker folder, create a new folder and name it hastebin. Follow the instructions in the images below.
Note: Be careful enter only lowercase, not uppercase letters.
Go to Control Panel / Task Scheduler / Create / Scheduled Task / User-defined script. Follow the instructions in the images below.
Once you click on User-defined script a new window will open. Follow the instructions below:
- General: In the Task field type in “Install hastebin“. (Choose root user).
- Schedule: Select Run on the following date then select “Do not repeat“.
- Task Settings: Check “Send run details by email“, add your email then copy paste the code below in the Run command area. After that click OK.
docker run --name hastebin -d -p 7777:7777 -e STORAGE_TYPE=file -v /volume1/docker/hastebin:/app/data rlister/hastebin
After you click OK on STEP 5, select your “Install hastebin” Task then click the “Run” tab. You will be asked to Install hastebin – click Yes. Follow the instructions in the image below.
Go back to STEP 1 or you will deal with karma 🙂
Open your browser and type in http://Synology-ip-address:7777/ Follow the instructions in the image below.
Note: If you want to run this container over an HTTPS check How to Run Docker Containers Over HTTPS.
Note: Find out how to update hastebin container with the latest image.
Note: Can I run Docker on my Synology NAS? See the supported models.
Note: How to Free Disk Space on Your NAS if You Run Docker.
This post was updated on Monday / July 12th, 2021 at 6:47 PM