Hey @Chuck_Boecking ,
as Norbert suggested you should be able to create a running metasfresh-docker stack without using the mount "timezone".
You just need to open the
metasfresh-docker/docker-compose.yml file and remove the lines containing
- /etc/timezone:/etc/timezone:ro. Using a default metasfresh-docker stack, there should be 5 of these lines throughout the file - for each container-definition one.
Keep in mind to completely remove the line so there's no empty line, else
docker-compose might complain about an invalid yml file.
After modifiying, the entries should look similar to this:
However, please also keep in mind to check if date-settings in metasfresh are correct after you ran the modified docker-compose file.
You can check the date by using the command:
docker exec -it metasfreshdocker_app_1 date
The output of that command should be the same as your local time.
We did not test the metasfresh-docker stack on iOS so please let us know if anything works out for you