I just installed owncloud on an ubuntu 12.04 server (sudo apt-get install owncloud)
Everything seemed fine, i can access owncloud on http://localhost/owncload
When i try to connect a Windows client I get the follwing error msg:
Trying to connect to ownCloud at https://192.168.1.74/owncloud...
Failed to connect to ownCloud!
Error: Connection refused
An ownCloud connection co
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I have installed owncloud server on a desktop and can connect on local only. No problem accessing with browser at localhost/owncloud; however get connection refused when trying to access from either of my notebooks.
The server and one notebook are running Fedora 19_64 bit.
Let me first start by stating:
Yes, I have posted to owncloud forums as well :D
I had Owncloud running on a server that had died, I remember installing being easy, I have migrated server and Owncloud is one of the last apps to install.
Ok Just downloaded and installed the newest version of Owncloud on a Ubuntu 14.04 server with PHP 5.5.9-1, I am trying the manual install.
So I setup owncloud in a digitalocean droplet with Ubuntu 14.04 server. I have it set to work on a few of my computers and the wifes but now I am knowing that I need to lock down some security but I am unsure of how to do some of these things or worried it might mess somethings up.
I installed apache, php and owncloud on my raspberry pi via this guide: http://www.instructables.com/id/Raspberry-Pi-Owncloud-dropbox-clone/?ALL...
I got all the way to $ sudo chown -R www-data:www-data /media/owncloud (replaced with /media/USBxxx referring to my connected usb flash drive) and included the same drive in the Owncloud setup screen for data location.
I have an ssh and OwnCloud server. Frequently, my desktop's OwnCloud client disconnects. Attempting to ssh into my server results in Connection refused. I can ping the server, but cannot connect via ssh or the OwnCloud client. Oddly enough, I can connect to the OwnCloud webpage fine.
I am currently using a Debian 7.1 system for web serving purposes.
I am using nginx as web server and am running owncloud.
Owncloud is installed in /var/www/owncloud
Data sent into owncloud resides in /var/www/owncloud/data
Now, after testing some and I have limited space on the drive in the server, I was tempted to test using an NFS-mount on an OmniOS/ napp-it based serve