It may not look like it, but almost two years (April 10, 2015) have passed since Apple’s aggressively entered the USB-C family with the launch of its new laptop, the MacBook 12", which had a single USB-C port. A year later, a second generation MacBook was launched with the exact same port layout, confirming Apple’s bet on the new USB standard. In the meantime, the market was flooded with a myriad of new laptops and accessories with USB-C compatibility coming from several other reputable brands.
UPDATE 3 (2017-11-23) added instructions on migrating to custom SSL certificates sing v3.8.1+. UPDATE 2 (2017-10-12): ctindel/unifi-video-controller:3.8.1 switches to the less permissive unifi-video user and attempts to chown the directory to that user during boot. Depending on your original mounted volume permissions, you may need an extra tweak on the host OS to ensure the script doesn’t fail: ❯ chown -R 107:109 /volume1/applications/unifi-video ❯ chmod -R 755 /volume1/applications/unifi-video UPDATE 1 (2017-10-10): ctindel/unifi-video-controller:3.