This tutorial assumes that you have a fully functional Raspberry pi-2 or 3 with Raspbian installed and a 8 GB Micro SD card Minimum!. If you don’t have a Raspberry Pi I would personally recommend buying the Raspberry pi-3 kit. These instructions are for mounting an NTFS formatted hard drive for maximum capacity storage, and allowing ownCloud to store files onto it. This process only applies if you are planning on connecting to the Raspberry PI ownCloud from the WAN (outside the network) using mobile devices or tablet.
Now we need to add the WAN IP to your trusted IP list and not to be overwritten by ownCloud.
Here add the WAN IP (External IP address) you just got from the router to the trusted domains array.
Now port forward SSL port 443 to the Raspberry PI internal IP (LAN IP) address and save settings. This is by far the best way to have a self hosted, secure personal cloud storage that can be accessed from anywhere in the world with internet access.

If you haven’t installed Raspbian then check out my guide on how to install Raspbian via NOOBS. Now we need to get the gid, uid and the uuid as we will need to use them so the pi will remember it even if we plug it into a different USB port. We need to get the UUID of the attached external hard drive so the Pi can remember this drive even if you plug it into a different USB port. Then copy the light blue letters and numbers of the sda1 entry usually located on the bottom.
Add the following line to the bottom of the file, updating the UUID with the values you got from the above step 5.
Accessing Raspberry pi ownCloud From outside the network: open your browser and enter the WAN IP address. Because we installed SSL for more security you might get a certificate error, simply add the certificate to your exception list to proceed. You should be presented with a simple setup screen, Here enter a username and password to create an admin account.

In order to post comments, please make sure JavaScript and Cookies are enabled, and reload the page. Files are shared and made accessible from a variety of devices, but files are hosted on a SIRIS, rather than in a third-party cloud.
Figure 1 – Install ownCloudThe next dialog box is a notice that your SIRIS will automatically reboot after the install process, as shown in Figure 2.
Figure 2 – ownCloud Reboot NoticeOnce the installation process is done, you will see a message that the device will reboot, as shown in Figure 3. Figure 3 – Update CompleteAfter a few minutes, refresh the page, and you will see the Configure ownCloud section in the upper left corner.

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