CardDAV client in Roundcube

After all this hard work, it’s a bit of a bummer that it’s not possible to create a full collaboration server instead of ‘only’ a mailserver. The big let down is the non-existence of a working CalDAV implementation. On the plus side, we can install a working CardDAV client to supplement our Roundcube install. I…

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Multiple sites on Debian 9 with LEMP

In the last post we’ve setup a basic LEMP configuration on Debian 9. Installing the software, fiddling with some settings and firing up the PHP test site. As said in that post, I now want to move 3 WordPress sites and a Nexcloud setup to this new server. The old setup is a CentOS 7…

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Nextcloud 12 migration guide

Following one of the better decisions a couple of days ago, it was time today to re-install my webserver that runs Nextcloud. I made some errors setting it up, now almost a year ago. A couple of things could be fixed, a couple of things I’d rather not and just build it from the ground…

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Nextcloud security and performance tweaks

Our last post took care of a working Nextcloud installation. Afterwards I pumped 100GB of data to my cloud without a hickup. But, especially in multi-user production environments, there are certainly a couple of important security and performance tricks to be performed. So be sure to check out these tips. I think this post is…

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Complete Nextcloud 12 installation on CentOS 7.4

OK, so here’s the deal. I had ownCloud up and running and was rather happy with it. I’d chosen ownCloud because I knew it from a few years back when I was looking for a Dropbox alternative for a customer. Never heard about Nextcloud before… A few days after this installation, a few sync problems…

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