Script For Installing ownCloud 10.0.8 on Centos 7.4 or Other Flavor?


#1

Hello Everyone,

Just curious if there was an automated way to install and configure all of ownCloud on Centos 7.4 (or some other flavor of Linux)? To be honest, there’s a lot of PHP packages, prerequisites, and configuring (at least more than I really want to do) in order to get ownCloud up and running properly…the key word is “properly”. It would be great if ownCloud was more “turnkey”!


#2

I could provide you with my script for Ubuntu. Works like a charm :slight_smile:


#3

I would be forever grateful!


#4

https://cloud.damken.com/index.php/s/c1hXBjORHRlyndf

Password is 1234

First install the pre.sh for the prerequisites

Then execute the second one with the version number

Like

./Script.sh 10.0.8


#5

Thank you! I will try it out soon.


#6

Can you grant me access to those two scripts again, the link you provided is not working.


#7

This script accepts 2 variables.

first one is the version number like “10.0.8”

second one is your hosts IP address.

Start the script like this:

./oc-setup.sh 10.0.8 172.16.10.1

have fun


#8

Thanks again! I got it this time!


#9

I forgot, you have to install “mariadb-server” and “apache2”

sorry


#10

Did you install Redis for transactional file locking? I thought I read that not having some type of transactional file locking could cause corrupted files.


#11

It’s recommended for production systems