Start with old Desktop with Virtualization extension, something that you can install OS and dont have to remove cause of free space or you need it for something else.
Cause learning Linux or Centos or anything else needs environment, and virtualbox can work but it wont allow you play with KVM, and thats for me the big part of the fun.
Also you need to keep learning that means its is process some day you will leave it 4-5 days dormat cause your stuck in an issue the other day bulb lights up mainly due to reading this site and you get back on it.
I tried this out this morning. The Docker container isn't responding to https/443 traffic, but is responding to http traffic. I'm assuming that's the cause of getting an error in my NextCloud11 install "ONLYOFFICE app not configured. Please contact admin". Haven't collected the relevant logs yet, so more info to come or as requested.
Going away from the open core was the right step. Still, Nextcloud (.com) is owned by the Nextcloud GmbH, will there ever be non-profit organization or a foundation that holds all the trademarks and domains.
Good question and the answer is 'yes'. Frankly we wanted to do this much earlier but it is a fair amount of work and we are still very busy building up the project. The plan is to create a foundation that would own the trademark and, under certain circumstances (like a take-over of the business) have the right to take it away from the company. The board of the foundation would consist of a majority of non-company-affiliated people, and the community should vote on who's on there.
Open questions are what else the foundation should do. Accept and handle donations? Do the conference? Even some development? Or nothing other than the trademark protection? These things have their pro's and cons so we have to have a wider discussion still. Perhaps at the upcoming Nextcloud conference, I'm not sure yet. We will have a solution in 2017, though, I am quite certain of that.
Unfortunately I am using a hosted CPanel install of NextCloud. Which means my host has restricted large uploads from their level and changing the htaacess file and user.ini file in Nextcloud has no effect.
So I pretty much have to have Google. I was able to setup Dropbox within seconds, but they only give free users 2GB. Google gives you 15GB and 100GB for $2.99 a month.
So you do not have access to your php settings file? Could you ask them to increase that limit? Seems like a standard thing.
Also, vultr.com offers a full VPS and 50GB of storage for $5/month, might think about going that way if the current host is so limited.
HOw does this help anything. Can you try a google config ?
You can use the upgrade tool which is even easier if you are on a current version of owncloud. Even though the article doesn't say anything about updating from owncloud, the first article I posted does say you can use this method on current owncloud servers. You just switch the update channel and search for updates.
So, I'm upgrading to the latest version of Plex (free version as of now) and noticed that the new paid version ($5/month) now has a photo option, with mobile phone picture sync! https://www.plex.tv/features/photos/
Has anyone tried this yet? This would be my all in one media solution if it turns out to work well.
@scottalanmiller Technically "virtual data room" is similar to file server and primarily accessed over a browser session. In addition to the standard file server features, it may also include features like-
Bulk watermarking of documents
"View only" mode for documents
Real time activity logs
Remote document shredding
Fenced view to protect documents from someone taking a photo of the monitor with document open
Q & A section and live discussions etc.
From a usage perspective, our "virtual data room" is shared between a bunch of firms (like insurers, lawyers, auditors, investors, engineering and construction companies etc) with different access levels who are working towards the completion of a specific project which may take 2-5 years to complete (please note, we are into wind/solar farm development). So I surely do not want all these guys on my file server doing crazy things like creating users and modifying originals.
Interesting. Seems like a mistake in terms. Why does being available over "web" make it "virtual". Seems like a marketing term. I don't see anyone but Citrix using it, and Citrix has a trend of totally making up and misusing terms. Citrix' use of "virtual" is the industry standard for "wrong". I have a feeling that this isn't a legitimate term. Looking at the wikipedia entry for it, it looks very suspect. And the definition doesn't feel right - a specific access technology for something so general wouldn't be appropriate. And the lack of other products or vendors using the term for something so common and normal is suspicious. For example, Sharepoint and Alfresco have been doing this for forever, but never use the term.
It's a hobby device. NextCoud said so themselves. Not meant for business use. Just for fun.
Yeah, certainly not a business device, it isn't powerful enough for that. It is meant for home users.
And yes, it is designed to not require maintenance. That is, the OS automatically updates, as does Nextcloud itself. I think that at the moment, you'll have to re-enable apps, that is the only thing. We're working on making that work automatically too. Help is obviously welcome.
Oh OK this just got a lot more interesting. I personally feel that anything that goes to a consumer needs to handle 99.9% of maintenance tasks completely on its own. If it doesn't then most of us know that in a consumer environment it will never happen, and we end up with IOT devices helping to cause 1 TB DDOS attacks.