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This is by design. TrueCrypt locks the file container to prevent any other application from accessing the file and potentially corrupting data. You will have to periodically unmount the container to allow OwnCloud to synchronize the file.


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http://software.opensuse.org/download/package?project=isv:ownCloud:community&package=owncloud The installation process is fairly straightforward now. Add repository and install manually(hide) For Debian 6.0 run the following as root: echo 'deb http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/isv:ownCloud:community/Debian_6.0/ /' >> ...


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Don't expect the login screen to change. After configuring my OwnCloud local user with a identity at my OpenID provider, the browser is redirected to my auth server right after submitting my OpenID identifier to the OwnCloud login page, so this part of the process works fine. Unfortunately, the login process does not succeeded because finally I'm ...


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Got it myself! By default you are not able to set permissions on NTFS formatted drives, but with NTFS-3G you can. Just enable it on mount. Add permissions to the options in /etc/fstab/. It should look like this: UUID=xxxxxxxxx /home/pi/media ntfs-3g defaults,permissions 0 0 Reboot your Raspberry Pi so that the drive get mounted ...


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Yes. However, the server will need to be running for you to access/sync your files - so you will need it running any time you want to look through/sync/etc. Ideally, you could get a low powered server (an old laptop, a raspberry pi, etc.) that is cheap to power and you can simply leave it running all the time.


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You can use a NAS as a server. The ones from Synology, even this old one, are able to run ownCloud. Here is how to install ownCloud on a Synology DiskStation. I have done that, and although this old NAS is a bit slow, it works.


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The public link that is sent out, as far as I know, is assembled from the URL you're accessing ownCloud under when you create the share. So one option is to also access ownCloud via that `https://vanity.com/..." url when creating the share. Another option, I think, would be to change the overwritehost setting in your config.php; that should also always be ...


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It is easier to install Roundcube manually. Assuming you have MySQL installed and configured along with the other prerequisites such as PHP. Head to the Roundcube web site and grab a copy. Unpack it where the web server user can read/write and follow the instructions. I think the last install of OwnCloud I did similarly. Often the packaged versions of such ...


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According to their GitHub devs here, CURLOPT_FOLLOWLOCATION can't be used at all when an open_basedir is set. They also provide a php workaround here, but the idea would be to remove the open_basedir from your php.ini. I suggest commenting it out. This should deal with the error log you posted then we can see what works and go from there.


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I did it ! The solution was to configure an iSCSI Target and LUN with my synology NAS. After that, all I had to do is connect to the LUN from my Server and change the datadirectory to the newly added iSCSI LUN. tada .. everythig works = )


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crypt(3) states that the $2a$ prefix indicates Blowfish. The OpenBSD crypt(3) provides some further details on the format. If you have a glibc with Blowfish support, you can basically just call crypt() yourself, or use another program that does this. I've found makepaswd to be useful for this purpose. To see details of the algorithm, you probably want to ...


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If I understand you correctly, you want to store your data on your own servers instead of external servers, and use features like dropbox for synching. I have researched this some 2-3 months ago myself and could find only one service that allows similar service levels as dropbox. The provider that I found was Tonido. You can manage your own userbase etc. ...


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Try this format: \\IP@25000\owncloud


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Looks like I'm necro'ing an old thread, but hopefully this will help someone in the future. BTsync is probably a perfect option for you. It uses a private swarm and tracker to create sync shares. It is very fault tolerant and handles blocks of data well instead of just full file syncing. BitTorrent Sync


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I think I saw on the mailing list somwhere that there will be an update from 4.5.x to 5.0.x... I will post the link here if I find it again. As far as I can remember, there will be some more time waiting for major bugs before the upgrade link to 5.0 is released - as there were quite a few in the 5.0.[0-2] releases, hopefully most of them are now resolved ...


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When you open the calendar settings dialog, and open the share settings for this calendar, hover over the entry for the user you want to fully share with, and you should see options to enable editing/deleting/..., like this:



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