ownCloud is a flexible, self-hosted open source PHP web application used for data synchronization and file sharing. ownCloud allows you to easily manage your files, calendars, contacts, to-do lists, and more, making it a great alternative to the popular Google Drive, Box, Dropbox, iCloud and other cloud platforms. Installing ownCloud on Debian, is fairly easy task and should not take more than 15 minutes. This guide should work on other Debian based systems as well but was tested and written for Debian 9 VPS. Let’s get started with installing ownCloud on your Debian 9 server.
Today we have a tutorial on how to install ownCloud 10 on CentOS 7. ownCloud is a popular open source web application used for data synchronization, file sharing, collaboration . It is a cross-platform and super easy to use application that that offers a great security and total control of your files.You can use our Server Support Services, and we will install ownCloud on your private server with easy, and we will do all the configuration and hardening required. We are always available via the Live Chat option in the bottom right corner of our website, where you can ask for more info, about time-frame, pricing, etc.. Let’s get started with installing ownCloud 10.
In today’s tutorial, we will explain how to install ownCloud 9.0 on a fresh Ubuntu 16.04 LTS installation. ownCloud is a self-hosted, open source, file sync and share app platform written in PHP. With ownCloud you can sync and access your files through a web interface, create contacts, calendars and bookmarks, easily share your data across devices, preview and edit your text files, documents and images and much more. It’s a great alternative to Dropbox, Google Drive and similar file-sharing services.