It is now easier to keep ownCloud updated with the channel of your choice via the built-in Updater app and our package repositories. To make ownCloud easier to use, documentation has been massively improved and integrated in the interface.
As mentioned earlier, it is based on PHP and database combination, database can be any of from SQLite, MySQL, Oracle or PostgreSQL database.
If you are setting up a MariaDB for the first time, here is the tutorial on Securing MariaDB. This may be to late but just in case someone finds this useful, you can use either NAT or Bridged mode as long as you configured the IP correctly.
Versioning :A With this feature enabled, it is possible to restore an older version of a file.
Encryption :A You can now configure file encryption so that all files stored on the server are encrypted, and thus only accessible with the correct password. Drag and drop uploadA : The ownCloud web service now supports the dragging and dropping of local files to a directory on the server. ODF ViewerA : Open Document Format files are now supported by the viewer, and can be read right in the web browser without the need for plugins or programs.


Application StoreA : This makes it easier to install new applications, like the encryption or versioning application on the server.
MigrationA : Options to migrate user accounts between different ownCloud instances, for instance between a primary and backup server. GalleriesA : Control over galleries have been improved, including sharing per email options and sort oders.
Thanks for your very illuminating post, is very clear and easy to follow, but I have some problems with the dependencies. I have noted php5-sqlite is required even if you only like to use MySQL as database backend. For those not familiar with ownCloud, this is a tool that you can install on your server (there are also desktop and mobile sync clients) which comes with a web interface that provides access to file management, calendars, tasks, image gallery, music player, document viewer and more. After enabling the External Storage Support app, nothing showed up in the ownCloud interface so I'm not sure how to use this new feature to use Dropbox or Google Drive with ownCloud. Recently, ownCloud got an Android application so you can easily access your files using a mobile device.
Data will be stored on the server and can be downloaded or access any time with browser or desktop client or smart phone app.


It provides almost all possibility of functions that are available on commercial suites; it is released under AGPLv3 license, so you can setup own cloud storage server without any additional cost. Browser will take you to ownCloud setup page where it must be configured before going to live.
Major changes in ownCloud 4 include support for file versioning, allowing users to restore previous versions of a file or view a files history, and the addition of an integrated viewer for ODF file. A core advantage here is that you can configure the versioninig feature, which you cana€™t do at third party cloud hosting and synchronization services.
My concern is that it won’t let me run the yum command to try to install MariaDB, it says it had an error downloading packages and there are no more mirrors left to try.




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