Owncloud 9.1.4. Banner / First Screen

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#1

Hello, and Thank You.

I booted Ubunti(linux) Owncloud 9.1.4 trought Vmware from this file
https://download.owncloud.org/community/production/vm/Ubuntu_14.04-owncloud-9.1.4-1.1-201702081724.vhdx.zip
or this file
https://download.owncloud.org/community/production/vm/Ubuntu_14.04-owncloud-9.1.4-1.1-201702081724.vmdk.zip
And my problem is every time i boot my virtual machine i have this screen (img attached), i really wouldn`t mind it, but it shows admin login and password witch kinda bugs me out. Any ideas?
BTW. https://central.owncloud.org/t/how-do-i-change-the-wording-of-the-welcome-screen-on-the-owncloud-server-appliance-vm/4504
I tried the same way to change /etc/issue, but every time i change it and reboot it changes the name of issue to issue.save and still uses /etc/issue tried changing through console, winscp every time the same result. Any ideas?


#2

You can see the admin credentials after the first start of the vm. You should write the password into any password save...

For the other credentials follow this instruction: https://doc.owncloud.org/server/9.1/admin_manual/installation/appliance_installation.html


#3

Hello. What i meant was i wanted to get rid of welcome screen(seen in picture).


#4

This hint might help:


#5

Thank You it helped.
Started with finding location of script check-init.sh (found under /var/scripts) deleted it, and it did nothing until i changed issue(file location /etc/issue). After reboot everything`s as i wanted.


#6

I use your link https://download.owncloud.org/community/production/vm/Ubuntu_14.04-owncloud-9.1.4-1.1-201702081724.vmdk.zip to download this vmdk,but it seems a bit of a problem。


left is your link,right before I downloaded.


#7

In other topics I find ownCloud 9.1.5 vhdx amd vmdk download link。

https://download.owncloud.org/community/production/vm/Ubuntu_14.04-owncloud-9.1.5-1.1-201704201507.vhdx.zip

https://download.owncloud.org/community/production/vm/Ubuntu_14.04-owncloud-9.1.5-1.1-201704201507.vmx.zip

Although https://download.owncloud.org/community/production/vm this directory can not see the file inside

In fact as long as you know the file name such as Ubuntu_14.04-owncloud-9.1.5-1.1-201704201507 can download


#8

The right download link vmdk format is
https://download.owncloud.org/community/production/vm/Ubuntu_14.04-owncloud-9.1.4-1.1-201702081724.vmx.zip


#9

Please post this information in a singular thread, don't flush other topics with this.

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