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  1. alialiwa2005

    NextCloud External Storage

    Hi, I've followed this blog post: https://pimylifeup.com/raspberry-pi-nextcloud-server/ It was successful, however, I've been wondering how to increase the cloud storage by maybe adding some flashdrives or hdds. I'm currently booting the Raspberry Pi 3 off a 375GB WDLabs PiDrive, which allows me to have a good amount of storage. But my main question is, is there a way to mount more external hardrives/flashdrives/usbs to increase the storage limits? Thank you. 😃
  2. Hi, i'vebeen following this tutorial https://pimylifeup.com/raspberry-pi-nextcloud-server/ and worked my way through it till step 6 in the 'Install nextcloud' section. When I try to enter the nextcloud folder through browser I get the following error. No database drivers (sqlite, mysql, or postgresql) installed. PHP module zip not installed. Please ask your server administrator to install the module. PHP module GD not installed. Please ask your server administrator to install the module. PHP modules have been installed, but they are still listed as missing? Please ask your server administrator to restart the web server. Any ideas on how can I solve this issue? Thanks!
  3. Matheu

    Pi Cloud - refused to connect.

    Hi, I am new to some of this so thank you for taking the time. I am wanting to setup a simple cloud system with the raspberry pi, I have followed tutorials for OwnCloud, NextCloud and the NexCloudPi edition. However none of these get me any further. I am always stuck at the point where accessing via ip address in browser simply gives the response. 192.168.1.75 refused to connect. (Even though SSH works perfectly). I dont even know where to begin with this error, I have searched the internet. Could this be something to do with my routers settings? Have people seen this before?/Is it a common issue? Any help would be most appreciated. Regards, Matheu
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