|Tags||cloud, files, dropbox, seafile, pydio, ajaxplorer, owncloud|
Nextcloud is a suite of client-server software for creating and using file hosting services. It is functionally similar to Dropbox, although Nextcloud is free and open-source, allowing anyone to install and operate it on a private server.
As per SME Server Keep It Simple, all your ibays and home folders will be accessible through the nextcloud interface using the "external files" app. You will also have your main user user Nextcloud folder saved under /home/e-smith/files/owncloud/data which is in the default backup path. So you can now enjoy both your own cloud repository with access to the very same files on your samba share!
How do I add my SME users ? They are already there ! Just tell them to connect to https://mydomain/nextcloud. You can also add external users or allow them to register with a nextcloud app.
What are the admin ? By default you have a nextcloudadmin user and the regular SME admin user. First one use the password you can see with "config getprop nextcloud AdminPassword", and second one, well, just use your regular admin password. Then you can manage apps, external files repos and admin group membership.
You do not need to follow the Repo pages of fws and remi-safe to isntall those two needed repos, instead use the packages to install them followed by a yum-modify event. Then run the main installation.
yum install smeserver-extrarepositories-remi-safe smeserver-extrarepositories-fws smeserver-extrarepositories-epel signal-event yum-modify yum install smeserver-nextcloud --enablerepo=smecontribs,epel,fws signal-event webapps-update service php-fpm start service php71-php-fpm start signal-event nextcloud-update
you can skip the service php-fpm* commands if it was already installed and running before the installation of nextcloud
then you can do the following and you can safely ignore the signal-event post-upgrade reboot if prompted, unless you also installed other packages that needs to do so.
config set UnsavedChanges no
signal-event post-upgrade signal-event reboot
yum update smeserver-nextcloud nextcloud smeserver-php-fpm smeserver-webapps-common --enablerepo=smecontribs,epel,fws signal-event nextcloud-update
|AdminPassword||GENERATED||string||password for your main admin user for nextcloud *|
|AdminUser||nextcloudadmin||string||main admin user for your installation *|
|DbName||nextcloud||string||for mysql db|
|DbPassword||GENERATED||string||for mysql db|
|DbUser||nextcloud||string||for mysql db|
|TrustedDomains||empty||strings coma separated||add domain or ip that are in need to be added to default access to nextcloud|
|Shares||enabled||enabled,disabled||add the samba shares from the shared-folders contrib in the nextcloud ibays folder along with regular ibays|
|IncludeIbay||empty||strings coma separated||add ibays names that need to be include. If not empty, only the name present here will be accessible via nextcloud. Take precedence over ExcludeIbay. You set it with a random string to exclude all ibays and shares from automatic inclusion.|
|ExcludeIbay||Primary||strings coma separated||will exclude from nexcloud access any ibay via nextcloud. Default excludes Primary ibay. If you want to include Primary set it with a random string.|
|UseSMB||enabled||enabled,disabled||allow you to set ibay access via samba share or via Local driver in nextcloud. Enabled is for samba, this allow you to access as your user and have your quota accounted. It might be a little slower, and need you to have your password loaded in the session. Local driver if disabled, will let you access only what apache user (www) has right to access as member of a group.|
- the SME admin user is also an admin of your nextcloud installation. You have two admin account as per default installation on SME Server.
example of setting :
config setprop nextcloud ExcludeIbay ibay1,ibay2 signal-event nextcloud-update
if you happen to need tweaking your installation, here is how to access the command line for Nextcloud on SME, considering we use PHP SCL.
The following is an example to disable maintenance mode and repair installation. The key point are :
- to connect as www user
- cd to nextcloud foldet
- use the scl syntax to select php71 or higher
su www -s /bin/bash cd /usr/share/nextcloud/ scl enable php71 'php occ maintenance:mode --off' scl enable php71 'php occ maintenance:repair' exit
yum remove smeserver-nextcloud nextcloud
Below is an overview of the current issues for this contrib:
|ID||Product||Version||Status||Summary (6 tasks)|
|10602||SME Contribs||9.2||CONFIRMED||ibays folder to mount samba shares is not visible on first login|
|10601||SME Contribs||9.2||CONFIRMED||/var/log/php/nextcloud/ is missing|
|10596||SME Contribs||9.2||CONFIRMED||NextCloud update 13.04 available warning|
|10590||SME Contribs||Futur||CONFIRMED||NFR: limit access to some groups|
|10566||SME Contribs||9.2||CONFIRMED||NFR: split action nextcloud-occ-conf|
Only released version in smecontrib are listed here.