Maidsafe on synology?

Today I downloaded the dirvine/maidsafe:latest image to my synology 415+
I don’t know, and can’t find anywhere in here, about how to set it up within the docker.
I see a Wizard mode and a Docker run mode - which one should I use, and which settings commands are necessary?
…eg. which ports?
…and should I open a specific port on my router etc. etc.?
In the docker Overview window I can see it’s running, but appears nothing is happening (no CPU activity and such)

edit later: or am I wasting my time with this? is there an official version coming out soon?

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Hope so, waiting for this to. We have to wait after the release of the MVP I think… :smirk:

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sorry to tell you but yes you probably are…
everybody here is waiting for the first global safe network to go online :worried:

MaidSafe Dev Update 16th February 2016 <<< this was the last dev update - tomorrow will be the next … and “before next month” is the info I have … (at github you can see the status … still some pushs today https://github.com/maidsafe )
(but I don’t know how fast you will be able to connect your synology - please let me know how well this works when it is possible)

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Ok…that´s funny Custom/Turnkey SAFEnetwork farming hardware

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thanks for the info - hard to keep up with all the crypto news :wink:
will wait in great excitement :smiley:

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you’re welcome :smiley: great idea with the synology! I love it - if it is possible to connect it to the safe network I will probably buy such a NAS some day! :slight_smile: nice design and impressing user-friendly =)

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It really depends on the end user, but I can only recommend the DS. I use it for basically everything on my local network. I backup my files, I use it as a media center to listen to my music and watch videos from everywhere, to keep track on my Google Drive and s on and so on. Once I even used the CamStation + an old smartphone to surveil our place when we had several housebreaking. It´s a pretty popular device in Europe, don´t know how popular it is in the US though.