Install Docker Qnap

  1. Install Docker On Qnap Nas
  2. Install Docker On Ubuntu

The first step is to install Home Assistant. We recommend a dedicated system to run Home Assistant.If you are unsure of what to choose, follow the Raspberry Pi guide toinstall Home Assistant Operating System.

Docker is a tool designed to make it easier to create, deploy, and run applications by using containers. Containers allow us to package up our application with all of the parts it needs, such as libraries and other dependencies, and ship it all out as one package. To install Radarr using Docker, you will first need to grab the latest version of Radarr container from the linuxserver Docker Hub. LinuxServer is a Docker repository with several HTPC and home server app containers. Docker pull linuxserver/radarr. Pull the ready-made Radarr docker container using the above command.

Home Assistant offers four different installation methods. We recommend using one of the following two methods:

Install through Docker (if supported on your platform) QNAP. Sherpa mini package manager; Install through Docker (if supported on your platform) Do you have a NAS instruction we should add? QNAP Container Station setup 1. Go to your QNAP NAS Administration Portal and open “AppCenter”. Search for Container Station and Click “Start” if it’s not already running: 3. Click on “Open” to open the Container Station.

  • Home Assistant Operating System: Minimal Operating System optimized to power Home Assistant.It comes with Supervisor to manage Home Assistant Core and pre-installed add-ons. Recommended installation method.
  • Home Assistant Container: Standalone container-based installation of Home Assistant Core (e.g. Docker).
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There are two alternative installation methods available for experienced users:

  • Home Assistant Supervised: Manual installation of the Supervisor.
  • Home Assistant Core: Manual installation using Python virtual environment.

The list below shows the installation method available based on the device and platform being used.

If you are using the Home Assistant Blue, the Home Assistant Operating System isalready installed. Continue to onboarding.

Raspberry Pi

Raspberry Pi
  • Home Assistant Operating System
  • Home Assistant Container
  • Home Assistant Core

ODROID

Install docker compose qnapODROID
  • Home Assistant Operating System
  • Home Assistant Container
  • Home Assistant Core

ASUS Tinkerboard

ASUS Tinkerboard
  • Home Assistant Operating System
  • Home Assistant Container
  • Home Assistant Core

Generic x86-64

Generic x86-64 (e.g. Intel NUC)
  • Home Assistant Operating System
  • Home Assistant Container
  • Home Assistant Core

Windows

Windows
  • Home Assistant Operating System (VM)
  • Home Assistant Core

macOS

Install Docker On Qnap Nas

macOS
  • Home Assistant Operating System (VM)
  • Home Assistant Core

Linux

Linux
  • Home Assistant Operating System (VM)
  • Home Assistant Container
  • Home Assistant Core
  • Home Assistant Supervised

Alternative

Alternative

VM's not covered by other categories, NAS installations and community guides

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