ownCloud is a self-hosted file synchronization and sharing platform that enables you to access your files and data securely from anywhere. It provides a user-friendly interface and offers features such as file sharing, file versioning, and collaboration tools.
To install ownCloud on CentOS 8, follow the steps below:
Update your system: $ sudo dnf update
Enable the EPEL repository: $ sudo dnf install epel-release
Start and enable the Apache service: $ sudo systemctl start httpd $ sudo systemctl enable httpd
Start and enable the MariaDB service: $ sudo systemctl start mariadb $ sudo systemctl enable mariadb
Secure your MariaDB installation: $ sudo mysql_secure_installation
Create a new MariaDB database and user for ownCloud: $ sudo mysql -u root -p MariaDB> CREATE DATABASE owncloud; MariaDB> CREATE USER 'owncloud'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED BY 'password'; MariaDB> GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON owncloud.* TO 'owncloud'@'localhost'; MariaDB> FLUSH PRIVILEGES; MariaDB> exit;
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