OwnCloud is an open-source alternative to 'cloud' storage things like DropBox, as well as web-app things like calendars and addressbooks, and even Google Docs. It's probably best to go with the completely free alternative called NextCloud, but that's not availible on my NAS :|
Having trouble importing contacts from one ownCloud to NextCloud. This guy seems to have a solution down the bottom of this thread, just renaming some things: https://github.com/nextcloud/contacts/issues/433
QNAP NASes don't seem to like installing add-ons through ownCloud >:| The probablem being that the version is stuck on 8-something, whereas the current OwnCloud version is 10-something! Both the deleted methods below didn't actually work.
So you have to manually download them and place them in the
apps directory, or make a secondary directory if you want to keep them seperate ().
But if you add these lines to your
config.php it should be fixed.
appstoreurl is different than in the one in
'appstoreenabled' ⇒ true,
'appstoreurl' ⇒ 'https://marketplace.owncloud.com/api/v0',
The trouble-free-est way to upgrade seems to be to SSH into the server, then run
php occ upgrade from the directory owncloud's installed to.
To upgrade to a new version (IE 9 > 10) you have to download and reinstall first, retaining the
config directories. My process is:
wget [latest version]to download latest version.
mv [owncloud dir] [owncloud dir]-backupto rename.
tar xvjf [latest version archive]to extract archive.
cp -avr [owncloud dir]-backup/config [owncloud dir]/config
cp -avr [owncloud dir]-backup/data [owncloud dir]/datato copy over data and configuation stuffs.
cd [owncloud dir]and
php occ upgrade