Install OnlyOffice using Docker

Requirements Docker: Debian Stretch/Buster Recommended System Requirements for OnlyOffice DocumentServer RAM: 4 GB or more CPU: dual-core 2 GHz or higher Swap: at least 2 GB HDD: at least 2 GB of free space Distribution: 64-bit Red Hat, CentOS or other compatible distributive with kernel version 3.8 or later, 64-bit Debian, Ubuntu or other compatible […]

Forum, Github or Chat: Which to use when?

The main public channels, and what they are for: Forum Nextcloud and NCP support in general, use ncp tag if relevant All support related questions belong on the forum. Great for long form content. Available from search engines. Most questions have already been asked and answered. Great for whole community can profit from your question […]

Basic terminal commands SSH/Putty

The List of Basic SSH Commands In this part, we will go through popular SSH commands, complete with their syntaxes and useful options. Here’s a quick look of the basic SSH commands that we’ll cover in this article: SSH Command Explanation ls Show directory contents (list the names of files). cd Change Directory. mkdir Create […]

Curl installer

 Debian installer As a first step towards enjoying Nextcloud on systems other that the Raspberry Pi, a new way of installing NextCloudPi was introduced. Please note: A clean and minimal Debian Buster is expected. Just Linux basic tools and curl (& ssh) installed. Any conflicting or already existing services or configurations, can break the installer […]

How to ask forum questions

Copy/Paste from  +minor edits How do I ask a good question on a forum? Thanks to: Ove Lindström Oct 15, 2015 7:26 PM I love forums. The nerdier the better. One of my absolute favourite ones in the Java Ranch. ( Why? Because they have a good tradition of asking good question. This, unfortunately, […]

How to permanently mount a Nextcloud Webdavfolder using the terminal

I was looking for a way to achieve this for several Virtual Machines: VirtualPrivateServer and local VirtualBox, in order to replace Dropbox and Rsync. These servers run backups creating tar.gz files from directories, sqldatabase dumps, and copy configuration and installation files, triggered by crontab. Space is limited so these files do not change name, they […]

FAQ Frequently Asked Questions

What is NextCloudPi? NCP an officially recognized Nextcloud community project that provides a working Nextcloud instance out of the box in the form of SD card image for the Raspberry Pi, Odroid HC1 and other boards, x86 and ARM docker containers, and an installer for any Debian-based system. How do I install NextCloudPi on a […]

Staying up to date

You should keep your NCP instance up to date using some or all of the options available from ncp-web/updates or ncp-config/updates. Keep in mind that there are 3 separate things that need updates; The OperatingSystem (Debian/Raspbian), use unattended-upgrades Nextcloud, use nc-autoupdate-nc NextCloudPi, use nc-autoupdate-ncp It is highly recommended to use these tools, other methods, including […]


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