OwnCloud 7 Released – Create Personal/Private Cloud Storage in Linux

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Avishek Kumar

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51 Responses

  1. kapil says:

    Hi,

    I have complete installation of owncloud in my RHEL server.
    but when i open “https://localhost/owncloud” and (from IP add also) on the web browser it can bee show error “server not found”

    plyz help

  2. Ganesh says:

    How do I access owncloud over Internet?

    Thanks,

    Ganesh Bhat

  3. Yazir Arafath says:

    Thank you for this useful post.

    Can I install OwnCloud on Nginx?

    • Avishek Kumar says:

      Dear Yazir,
      To be true, I personally have no idea of installing it over Nginx. Why dont you install it and in case of any fix required our team will work to short it out with you.

  4. Avishek Kumar says:

    Do the below as root.

    # cd /var/www
    # ls -l

    check for any folder named owncloud. Notice foldername case. Remember linux is case sensitive. Point your browser to link/owncloud. Remember link/owncloud is not same as link/Owncloud.

    Best of Luck!

  5. Tom Wright says:

    I followed your instructions to the letter and when it comes to logging on in either localhost or via ip address I get 404 The requested URL /owncloud was not found on this server.

    And Apache/2.2.16 (Debian) Server at localhost Port 80.

    Owncloud is not running but I have no idea how to start the service.

    • Avishek Kumar says:

      Do the below as root.

      # cd /var/www
      # ls -l

      check for any folder named owncloud. Notice foldername case. Remember linux is case sensitive. Point your browser to link/owncloud. Remember link/owncloud is not same as link/Owncloud.

      Best of Luck!

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