Nextcloud Installation and Setup | Linux for Business


In this video, I go over Nextcloud installation and setup. This is great when using Linux for your business. It is also in my opinion, the best alternative when you don’t want to use a cloud service like Dropbox, Google Drive, or OneDrive.

Here are all the commands used:
Install Ubuntu18 Server with Nextcloud and ssh

Set Timezone
dpkg-reconfigure tzdata

Check Trusted domains
$ sudo nextcloud.occ config:system:get trusted_domains

Add Trusted domains
$ sudo nextcloud.occ config:system:set trusted_domains 1 –

Change firewall rules
$ sudo ufw allow 80,443/tcp

Do Let’s Encrypt certificate
$ sudo nextcloud.enable-https lets-encrypt
Do Self-Signed certificate
$ sudo nextcloud.enable-https self-signed

Login and Finish setup

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8 thoughts on “Nextcloud Installation and Setup | Linux for Business

  1. With the Raspberry PI i use WebMin for remote admin and file access. With SSHD you can even mount a share from another Mac Windows or Linux server and make that available via a web browser. On the Mac you can install WebDAVS Server, for free and share files from any directory or hard drive to the web

  2. this nice but for suggestion if you can focus on the Nextcloud itself in one video highlighting its feature set and one video on how to install.
    it better for business to see Nextcloud in action.

  3. Before adding the next video about installing SSL certificate, what about making your own DNS without using third parties if possible which is I'm looking for…

  4. New camera is looking good, Chris. We can't read the sign in the background due to the narrow depth of field though! (OK, I can actually read this one 😛 ).

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