REALLY implement Docker on ReadyNAS
A previous idea (https://community.netgear.com/t5/ReadyNAS-Idea-Exchange/Support-Docker-on-ReadyNAS-OS-6/idi-p/106985...) for including Docker on the ReadyNAS is falsely labled as "implemented". Note that I mean falsely, not erroneously. You are quite clearly intentionally taking credit for something that has not been done.
What has been done by third parties is not up to date. There are guidelines for highly Linux savvy users to follow, but few with that level of Linux skill are going to be using that skill on a ReadyNAS. We need Docker for the average user, and we need it now. No, we needed it quite some time ago.
With the highly limited OS partition storage, using standard Debian packages is a risk. And what if the package downloads an update for a dependancy that overwrites an older version that ReadyNASOS depends upon? Docker solves these. In addition, many apps are now distributed as a Docker package. With so few active ReadyNAS developers, this opens up a lot of new applications without the need for ReadyNAS-specific versions.
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