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WordPress below Nextcloud

We will install WordPress below (aka in a subfolder) Nextcloud and integrate this WordPress blog as an external site within your Nextcloud. This guide is based on the the Nextcloud installation guide and as well...

WordPress in front of Nextcloud

This guide will exemplary describe how to configure WordPress (/) in front of Nextcloud (/nextcloud). It is based on the initial WordPress how to and requires all the implementations before changing the following files. sudo...

Nextcloud and COLLABORA (NGINX)

Nextcloud and Collabora You just have to substitute and paste the red ones with regards to your requirements. Let’s start with the preparation of the docker environment: apt remove docker docker-engine docker.io apt install apt-transport-https...

More privacy using geoip

Many users asked for the NGINX geoip configuration i made earlier. Although e.g. VPN or TOR could bypass geoip blocking i decided to post a new guide. So following this guide you will be able...

Nextcloud backup and restore

Backup Nextcloud Ensure to have regulary backups from _0 (Sunday) to _6 (Saturday)  of your Nextcloud, including at least: – the webfolder: /var/www/nextcloud – the datafolder: /var/nc_data/appdata_<id> – and the database: nextcloud. Please substitute ubuntuusername...

Nextcloud and ONLYOFFICE (NGINX)

Nextcloud and ONLYOFFICE on one server Onlyoffice using the same domain as Nextcloud Onlyoffice using a different domain as Nextcloud Start with the preparation of your router and open a TCP port in particular for...

Nextcloud ready for Talk

“Meetings with colleagues, customers and partners – have a personal conversation with one click. Keep conversations private with Nextcloud Talk” on your own Nextcloud server, based on Debian Stretch and Ubuntu 18.04, NGINX 1.17 and...

Solutions for ImagickExceptions in nextcloud.log

ImagickExceptions in nextcloud.log You are in trouble with previews and/or with thumbnails within your Nextcloud? You found errors like “ImagickException: not authorized…” in your Nextcloud logfile (/var/nc_data/nextcloud.log)? Just follow these instructions in your terminal session...