Nextcloud 13 Installer (R6all)

Nextcloud is a safe home for all your data.
Access, share and protect your files, calendars, contacts, communication & more at home and in your enterprise.

Installation Instructions:

This version of Nextcloud allows the installation with either SQLite or MySQL as database backends. To select SQLite you don’t need to do anything special in the installer, just enter the credentials for your desired admin account. For MySQL please use the following steps:

  • Make sure you have MySQL installed and running. I recommend using the MySQL Installer but any other method that gives you a running MySQL database on the ReadyNAS will work. Just watch out for disk space usage when not using the MySQL Installer.
  • On the Setup page enter the credentials for the admin user as desired
  • Next click on the database selection item.
  • Switch to the MySQL/MariaDB tab
  • Enter the following details:
    • Database User: root
    • Database Password: <leave empty>
    • Database Name: nextcloud (or any name you fancy)
    • Database Host: localhost
  • That’s it 😉

Note: The installer tries to figure out the most important settings in Nextcloud’s config for you. However, some of those can only be configured once the initial setup is done. So if you’re setting up Nextcloud for the first time make sure to run the installer for the app again once you’re finished with the setup above.

Release date:August 14, 2017
Last updated:December 30, 2018
Current version:13.0.8-1
Product type:ReadyNAS OS 6 Add-On
File format:.deb
File size:35MB
Requirements:ReadyNAS OS 6.x (x86 or ARM)
Price:€2.99 EUR
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