I brought eleabs zigbee dongle, and tried to add it to my Synology DSM7 (using oh3.1 on docker).
I already has one usb with zwave, connected it to the second USB and even to the one in front, but the system does not recognize it. I don’t see /dev/ttyACM1 (the /dev/ttyACM0 is the zwave dongle).
Do I need to install special driver in order the will work (something like this: Index of /iperf-arp-scan/DSM_7.0/apollolake)
My zwave dongle works great.
After connecting the zigbee dongle I see in lsusb -i new entry:
Tip is to run OpenHAB in a VM (Virtual Machine) on Synology instead of running in Synology DSM OS.
It is third-party drivers which Synology does not allow in their DSM OS but with a VM you get around that by using USB-port pass-though and then installing the drivers in whichever OS you run on the VM.
With a VM you also get the added benefits of VM snapshots for quick backup and restore at upgrades.
With a Synology, you do not have many alternatives. Synology VMM would probably be a better option for you since you can install both OpenHAB and Deconz in the same virtual machine. Moreover updating software will be much easier.
Concerning Docker, I have several containers running without any problem (my DS218+ has 6 Gbytes of RAM). It took me 5 minutes to install the Deconz container (available in the register).