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Tag Archives: owncloud
Assuming you have followed the steps in the previous article to get your certificate, then you should be able to run this if your certificate is not expired. cd /tmp/letsencrypt sudo ./letsencrypt-auto renew or to get a new certificate sudo ./letsencrypt-auto -c … Continue reading
OwnCloud works well for small changes and uploads, but moving or renaming a folder that is a few gigabytes will be troublesome. OwnCloud might think you are actually deleting and then reuploading the files. You can try WebDAV for reasonably … Continue reading
How to do it wrong, way 1 Using the OwnCloud client that is in the Software Sources provided in Linux Mint is wrong! This downloads an older version of the Desktop Client that will fail when connecting to your updated … Continue reading
OwnCloud lives where you live. So when you move, OwnCloud is coming with you. Here are suggestions for your move. Back up your data. No brainer because you already back it up! Disconnect as late as possible. Your server will be … Continue reading
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When upgrading to OwnCloud 8.2.2, most of this can be done via the web browser. In the Admin page, you will see on the Updates section. Here is where it will first make your backup. When that is complete, you … Continue reading
On the Admin Page’s Security and Setup Warnings section, I got a new warning that needed investigation. Transactional file locking is using the database as locking backend, for best performance it’s advised to configure a memcache for locking. See the … Continue reading
Let’s encrypt is available now for OwnCloud (and everything else) users to run and get a free certificate for. No more self-signed certificates that display an ugly error page or having to pay for a certificate from a certificate authority. … Continue reading
I am back to using Google Play Services (Google for short) on my CyanogenMod phone. You can read from my previous post how to use a phone without Google! I lasted a few weeks without Google on my Android but … Continue reading