I’ve tried this, but it leads to another error:
docker: Error response from daemon: create /volume1/docker/zwavejs2mqtt: "/volume1/docker/zwavejs2mqtt" includes invalid characters for a local volume name, only "[a-zA-Z0-9][a-zA-Z0-9_.-]" are allowed. If you intended to pass a host directory, use absolute path.
But the path is available, I can explore it in SSH terminal…
HomeAssistant is using the stick, too. Because I tried the deprecated Z-Wave integration, which is working well. But I stopped the container before trying to install zwavejs2mqtt, so that couldn’t be a problem…
When I’m using the Synology Docker-UI to install the container, it starts and runs without errors. But then I can’t use the device parameter. But I think the “privilege mode” should work as well. But then I do not know how to go on. When starting the ZwaveJS integration on HomeAssistant after that, it wants an URL from me, but I don’t know what to enter. I tried the following:
- ws://192.168.178.2:3000 (IP of the NAS)
Must I run the zwavejs2mqtt container in host mode? But which port do I have to use then, because the 3000 is already in use…