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I have just purchased Owncloud for Business from the Marketplace but I am unable to install it. The package seems to download but then returns this error.

Exception: [u'ERROR with transaction check vs depsolve:', 'owncloud >= 8.0 is needed by app-owncloud-business-core-1:2.4.2-1.v7.noarch']


Using yum at the command line I would have some idea of how to debug this but not sure how it works with the GUI.

Can someone suggest how to fix this?

Many thanks in advance.
Tuesday, March 06 2018, 02:39 PM
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    Thursday, March 08 2018, 11:20 AM - #Permalink
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    The clearos-epel issue fixed the issue perfectly, thank you.

    A couple of other questions regarding Owncloud (please let me know if I should start a new thread for this):

    - I am sharing the External Storage feature on Owncloud to share flexshares, however I have noticed that this causes clients to automatically sync everything unless explicitly told not to. Is there a way to change this behaviour at the server level so that everything is NOT shared by default to prevent automatic enormous data downloads.
    - I have noticed that ClearOS 7 installs a fairly old version of Owncloud (8.2) - is it possible to upgrade this? I have run yum update to attempt this already.
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    Tuesday, March 06 2018, 03:19 PM - #Permalink
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    I think it looks like you don't have the EPEL repository enabled. Community edition (post 30 days) uses clearos-epel, whereas Business and Home and Community < 30 days use clearos-epel-verified. The latter is enabled automatically if your system is registered to a subscription.

    From Marketplace, first, make sure you have installed software repository app.

    Then navigate to Cloud -> Software Repository. If you see a dash ("-") in the clearos-epel and you don't see any listing for clearos-epel-verified, this is your problem...Click on the toggle to enable the repo, then try installing the OwnCloud app again.

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    Tuesday, March 06 2018, 03:00 PM - #Permalink
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    You should be able to drop to the command line and try to install it from there, probably with a:
    yum install app-owncloud-business
    I assume it will fail, but at least you'll be able to see the output.
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