- File storage in conventional directory structures
- Synchronization of data with th desktop, web client or mobile app.
- Calendar (also as CalDAV)
- Task scheduler
- Address book (also as CardDAV)
- Music streaming (through Ampache)
- User and group administration (via OpenID or LDAP)
- Sharing of content across groups or public URLs
- Online text editor with syntax highlighting and code folding
- URL shortening Suite
- Photo gallery
- PDF viewer (using pdf.js)
- Viewer for ODF Files (.odt, .odp, .ods)
- Supports uploading of avatar picture.
- Shows thumbnail of documents
- Supports web conflict dialogue box when the file already exits.
- With activity feed, you can see whats going on
- New design
- User can restore the deleted files.
- Improved sharing between two owncloud installation.
- Faster and more efficient design, suitable for mobile devices
- Store, Access and Control
Create database called “clouddb” Configure Apache server: Read more: http://www.itzgeek.com/how-tos/linux/centos-how-tos/install-owncloud-7-on-centos-7-rhel-7.html#ixzz3E1WKqMLv
Download and Setup:
torial on Securing MariaDB. MariaDB server must be started before creating the database, login to MySQL server.
Open up web browser, point a URL to http://your-ip-address/owncloud ( http://Your-custom-domain). Browser will automatically take you to ownCloud setup page where it must be configured before going to live. Enter admin user name, password, data folder location and database details. You can choose any one of the database from SQLite or MySQL. If you choose SQLite database, you do not require to enter database details. where as MySQL database requires database user, password and data base name.
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Create database called “clouddb”
Configure Apache server:
Read more: http://www.itzgeek.com/how-tos/linux/centos-how-tos/install-owncloud-7-on-centos-7-rhel-7.html#ixzz3E1WKqMLv