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Nextcloud

by Latest Version | Debian 10

Open source productivity and storage management platform.

Move away from expensive proprietary file storage. Nextcloud provides an intuitive interface for Linode Object Storage or Linode Block Storage. Go beyond storage with a paid subscription to access other Nextcloud productivity tools, or browse hundreds of add-ons to easily set up integrations with other software.

Simplify your storage and speed up file browsing with Linode’s Nextcloud One-Click App.

This One-Click App was built by Linode. For support regarding app deployment, contact Linode Support via the information listed in the sidebar. For support regarding the tool or software itself, visit Nextcloud Community Support.

Getting Started After Deployment

  1. Open a browser window and navigate to the Nextcloud instance’s domain. For example, enter nextcloud.example.com into the browser, replacing example.com with the value of your own domain. If you do not install the App with a domain name, the domain is the public IP address of the Linode appended with a forward slash and “nextcloud. For example, 192.168.17.43/nextcloud/.
  2. Create a Nextcloud admin account by providing values in the presented form.
  3. In the Storage & database section, provide the MySQL database values that you used in the Nextcloud Options section.
  4. Click the Finish setup button to complete the configuration. The set up takes a couple of minutes to complete. The Nextcloud Hub page appears where you can upload files to the Nextcloud server.