- If you are using Synology you must add “sudo” in front of commands.
That… Sounds weird to me. Why is this only for Synology? Shouldn’t you always use different user than root, thus using
sudo on all machines? This is directly under Docker installation part, so I assume it’s correlated to Docker installation? Or maybe it’s also correlated to the identity setup, in which case it’s totally unintuitive, as the the identity setup paragraph is separated with a horizontal rule.
I also suggest to add
sudo usermod -a -G docker $USER somewhere, in case the user is not in the “docker” group, so he can use docker as non-root (relog is required).