Have a local installation of Owncloud 10.3.2 here. When I log in to the browser, I get the message “Updater: A new version is available: ownCloud 10.4.1” under Settings-> General.
When I click on update I get the following message in the browser window: “cURL error 51: SSL: no alternative certificate subject name matches target host name ‘192.x.x.x’”
Unfortunately I am not getting anywhere and I am not an expert, what can I do to update?
Server: ubuntu 18.4
Thank you for the link, when I run ‘sudo -u www-data php occ upgrade’, I am getting the following message:
‘ownCloud is already latest version’
What’s right browser means there is a new version 10.4.x, console says everything well?
can you paste the output of “occ status” or in your case ‘sudo -u www-data php occ status’?
$ sudo -u www-data php occ status
- installed: true
- first_install_version: unknown
- version: 10.3.2.2
- versionstring: 10.3.2
- edition: Community
Please read the manual upgrade document carefully, the link was posted before. You have to download a new ownCloud tarball (and don’t forget about the backups). The occ upgrade command is only the very last step.
ok i wonder why it worked with another owncloud cloud on the web server (provider) without problems via browser and locally I have to try tar?
On the other server you probably didn’t have the certificate issue. This is why manual upgrade was suggested here.
So you can
- either fix your certs
- or do a manual upgrade
ok thanks, I would prefer the first option, if it is difficult to repair the certificate, I can hope for some help
hello, how should the certificate for the browser update be created or supplemented?
Thank you very much, I will look at it