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Offline pUnK

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Install OwnCloud on Raspberry Pi (or any other ARM)
« on: August 04, 2017, 01:00:00 pm »
It's great when you've got your own cloud storage server. OwnCloud is the one, that can help. Especially, if set up on an ARM-device (like Raspberry Pi) it is also savvy and simple. Learn my experience how I have succeeded top install OwnCloud on Raspberry Pi

(if you like it and have some other ARM device, go ahead and try this tutorial. Post the results to this thread)

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Re: Install OwnCloud on Raspberry Pi (or any other ARM)
« Reply #1 on: August 07, 2017, 01:56:37 pm »
Look at Nextcloud over Owncloud.

Don't know if anyone has gotten it working on RPi; and I work with Centos on Cubies.  Challenge there is Nextcloud wants php 7; and that will take a bit as Redhat is still back at php 5.4!  But there are ways....

So OK for Owncloud.  Look at Nextcloud.


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Re: Install OwnCloud on Raspberry Pi (or any other ARM)
« Reply #2 on: August 08, 2017, 09:36:13 am »
nextcloud runs with PHP54 as well.
I have it run on a virtuel X86 Server with Centos7 and at home on a cubie3 truck with fedora 25. The performace on the old truck is lousy, but ok thats the old CPU.

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Re: Install OwnCloud on Raspberry Pi (or any other ARM)
« Reply #3 on: August 08, 2017, 11:22:58 am »
What version of Nextcloud are you using?  Their site says that v11 works with php 5.4, but prefers 5.5 for security and performance updates and works best with php 7.  V 12 only lists php 5.6+

We are working up a php7 build for Centos7 from the CLS srpm.

What kind of drive do you have on your Cubietruck?  I have an 240GB SSD available for starters.  Have you followed the simple technique to boot off sata with Fedora/Centos?  (only have uboot on mSD, no partitions at all, all partitions on sata)?