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MCMYAdmin

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Nextcloud Install

 

Install Nextcloud on Apache2 Server

Copy the NextCloud data to the www directory In terminal change location to /tmp/

   We will now download the .zip file into this directory.

Once downloaded verify that the zip file is located in the /tmp/ directory.

We now need to unpack the zip file.

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Manual Installation of NextCloud on Linux

Manual Installation on Linux If there are no packages for your Linux distribution, or you prefer installing from the source tarball, you can setup Nextcloud from scratch using a classic LAMP stack (Linux, Apache, MySQL/MariaDB, PHP). This document provides a complete walk-through for installing Nextcloud on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Server with Apache and MariaDB, using…Read More

Nextcloud install on Apache2 Webserver

Installing Nextcloud from the Command Line It is now possible to install Nextcloud entirely from the command line. This is convenient for scripted operations, headless servers, and sysadmins who prefer the command line. There are three stages to installing Nextcloud via the command line: Download the Nextcloud code and unpack the tarball in the appropriate…Read More

Ubuntu Server 16.06 Apache2 Webserver Details

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