Synology: Huge Docker Container Updates!

Synology Huge Docker Container Updates!

Recently there have been major updates to several Docker containers. Because I always like to stay on top of things and make sure you get updated versions of my tutorials, below is a list of Docker containers that have had important changes come out, which I have updated for you, my special readers. It’s because of your support and encouragement that I keep on keeping on and like to give you the best of my work and efforts!


Pixelfed is a free and open-source image sharing social network service. It is decentralized, therefore user data is not stored on a central server, unlike other platforms. The fediverse is a large network of platforms that all speak a common language. Imagine if you could reply to Instagram posts from Twitter, or interact with your favorite Medium blogs from Facebook – federated alternatives like Pixelfed, Mastodon and WriteFreely enable you to do these types of things. Note: Install Pixelfed on Your Synology NAS.


AFFiNE is a next-gen knowledge base that brings planning, sorting, and creating all together. Form your knowledge console at your wish. Open-source, privacy-first, and always free. AFFiNE is an alternative to Notion and Miro. It’s a workspace with fully merged docs, whiteboards and databases. Note: Install AFFiNE on Your Synology NAS.


Vikunja is an open source, selfhosted application. With Vikunja you can easily organize all of your tasks in lists. Put lists together in a namespace to keep related stuff grouped together. Vikunja lets you easily share a list or a namespace with another user or a whole team! You can also assign tasks to people so everybody knows who’s working on what. Note: Install Vikunja on Your Synology NAS.

💡Speedtest Tracker

Speedtest Tracker is a program that runs a speedtest check every hour and graphs the results in a fancy way. The back-end is written in Laravel and the front-end uses Filament. It uses Ookla’s Speedtest cli to get the data and uses Chart.js to plot the results. Note: Install Speedtest Tracker on Your Synology NAS.


Shlink is a self-hosted open source URL shortener which provides both a REST and a CLI interface to interact with it. Shlink comes with some features which are not usually available in other hosted and self-hosted services. Shlink is a more advanced alternative to LynxSlash and Reduced. Note: Install Shlink on Your Synology NAS.


Immich is a very high performance self-hosted photo and video backup solution directly from your mobile phone. You can run Immich on your Synology NAS and it lets you upload photos and videos from your browser or mobile phone via the dedicated Android Immich app or the iOS Immich appNote: Install Immich on Your Synology NAS.


Castopod is a free and open-source podcast hosting solution made for podcasters who want to engage and interact with their audience. Note: Install Castopod on Your Synology NAS.


Changedetection is a self-hosted change monitoring of web pages. Know when web pages change! Stay on top of new information! Live your data-life pro-actively instead of re-actively, do not rely on manipulative social media for consuming important information. Know when Government department updates (changes are often only on their websites) – Local government news (changes are often only on their websites) – New software releases, security advisories when you’re not on their mailing list – Festivals with changes – Real-estate listing changes. Note: Install Changedetection on Your Synology NAS.


Discover the power of Snapp, your self-hostable URL shortening service. Effortlessly shorten links and, with Snapp’s self-hosting capability, you have complete control. Create concise, shareable links on your terms with Snapp’s user-friendly platform. Note: Install Snapp on Your Synology NAS.


Lemmy is a selfhosted social link aggregation and discussion platform. It is completely free and open, and not controlled by any company. This means that there is no advertising, tracking, or secret algorithms. Content is organized into communities, so it is easy to subscribe to topics that you are interested in, and ignore others. Voting is used to bring the most interesting items to the top. There are strong moderation tools to keep out spam and trolls. A Lemmy website can operate alone. Just like a traditional website, people sign up on it, post messages, upload pictures and talk to each other. Unlike a traditional website, Lemmy instances can interoperate, letting their users communicate with each other. Note: Install Lemmy on Your Synology NAS.

This post was updated on Saturday / March 30th, 2024 at 1:41 PM