Setting up Funkwhale on my Synology NAS has been a challenge. I learned a lot about Docker and the Synology software in the last few days. I have it running now, but am so far unable to use my existing library. Also I have no clue yet how I can use it outside of my home.

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Woo! I somehow managed to have my local music library symlinked and mounted on Docker on my Synology.

And we're available outside of my home! Next steps:
- link it to my domain
- Test apps
- Add family/friends

So I managed to set up on my Synology with Docker, made it available from outside of my home, use my own domain, reversed proxied it and set up SSL! Not bad for a front-end developer 😉

@nielsim Maybe I give it a try. The features and philosophy are great.

I'm now using O!MPD, which works fine and has a nice interface. It is made for MPD, but it also has the option to stream or download.

@Wilboard Yeah, the features are pretty interesting. Also interface wise it's according to my taste and all pretty modern.

I think I've read about MPD, I should look into it.

@nielsim I run MPD on my audio-Pi. A Pi dedicated to audio. Does MPD and also Pulseaudio. My main PC (and VM's on it redirect their audio to the Pulseaudio server on the Pi. Sounds good, with a dedicated DAC.

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