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Whilst smart buildings and new technologies are changing the way we work, it’s also apparent that technology is transferring the way we live. Home automation is more prevalent each passing year and is constantly evolving, in fact in today’s world, you don’t have to be home to be home.
Both the way we are using and interacting with technology is unrecognisable today compared to the world our parents inhabited. Our environmental wellbeing can be automated in advance, so when we arrive home we find the heating set to right temperature and rooms sufficiently lit.
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@Alex9112 last I heard I think Linux could read NTFS but not write and even if it can now, I'd avoid it and use ext4 instead.
@Andrew Back Thanks for the reply, I will test it out. Do you know if it matters if the external disk is ntfs or it must be ext4? I've been banging my head for the past few days and apparently NTFS will...
@Alex9112 see my earlier response to @firehopper. Easiest way would be to: 1) stop the container; 2) copy the contents of /var/lib/docker/volumes to the external drive; 3) unmount the drive and remount...
@Andrew Back Hi,
Thank you very much for the guide, everything works right from the box!
I got a question though, which is bugging me. As i'm learning Docker/Ansible and overall Linux stuff,...
@firehopper you'd need to update /etc/fstab so that it gets mounted at boot time. Then if you inspect the ncdata volume you will see this is mapped to "/var/lib/docker/volumes/ncdata/_data", so on the...
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