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  • Richard George wrote:

    FWIW, I'm running NB 20.0.9 on a clearos server, and the only thiing I've not bothered with is the cache setting. And I've not had a problem with enabling the 4-byte support or any other than the necessary db updates to allow it to work, and it's hooked in to clearos LDAP. The only thing I won't be able to do is to update to version 21 because of the version of the Mariadb - that's something I might look at in the future. I accept that the various db tweaks needed might cause issues with other apps, but after reading about them and what they do, I have doubts that they will upset anything -although anything is possible.

    NB itself is just installed as per NB recommendations, into a virtual clearos website using the 7.3 php engine, and NB's security scan gives the site an A+ rating with all their security hardenings enabled. I'm on a supported stable release.

    The server itself is used as a file server, and the NB aspect is simply an extension of that useage. It can sync quite happily with Windows 10, Android, and iPhone/iPad. One useful feature of the newer versions of NB is that the file storage locations can be located on a flexshare, and -unlike the version in the app store, use the name of the user rather than an anonymous scrambled id, making it easier to see what belongs to who when accessing the file system via the underlying linux system

    Are you using the system database (port 3308) or the user database on port 3306? If you are using the user database, you may be able to upgrade to one of the versions in the SClo repos. You'd need to fully recompile MariaDB yourself if you wanted to replace the system-database.

  • Manuel Alejandro Aravena wrote:
    I did and they simply suggested I delete and reinstall the client. Thanks anyway.
    Manuel

    Some Windows functions do not like self-signed certs. Do you have a self-signed one, a Let's Encrypt one or a commercial one covering your NC domain?

  • FWIW, I'm running NB 20.0.9 on a clearos server, and the only thiing I've not bothered with is the cache setting. And I've not had a problem with enabling the 4-byte support or any other than the necessary db updates to allow it to work, and it's hooked in to clearos LDAP. The only thing I won't be able to do is to update to version 21 because of the version of the Mariadb - that's something I might look at in the future. I accept that the various db tweaks needed might cause issues with other apps, but after reading about them and what they do, I have doubts that they will upset anything -although anything is possible.

    NB itself is just installed as per NB recommendations, into a virtual clearos website using the 7.3 php engine, and NB's security scan gives the site an A+ rating with all their security hardenings enabled. I'm on a supported stable release.

    The server itself is used as a file server, and the NB aspect is simply an extension of that useage. It can sync quite happily with Windows 10, Android, and iPhone/iPad. One useful feature of the newer versions of NB is that the file storage locations can be located on a flexshare, and -unlike the version in the app store, use the name of the user rather than an anonymous scrambled id, making it easier to see what belongs to who when accessing the file system via the underlying linux system

  • You may have to take that issue to the Nextcloud forums.

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  • I don't know that but we do have a number of customers using it as a firewall only. Some use it internally only and some use it as both a firewall and a file server (web/mail/files) and gor some of the other features as well. Usage is quite varied.

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  • Nick Howitt
    Nick Howitt replied to a discussion, Hardware compatibility

    Wireless support is poor. You need the version of app-network which has been stuck in testing for over a year, and a version of app-wireless-ap which is also in testing and certainly has bugs. It is a third-party app and I've tried and failed to get the developer to finish it. Then there is the question of drivers and I've no idea which they take. If you can, google the card and "centos 7" and see if you get any hits. If Centos supports it, ClearOS does.

    Note WiFi cards in a server are generally not ideal as it is hard to get them into a good signal location and it is not good to use log aerial cables.