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== Software Userspace is based on ==
 
== Software Userspace is based on ==
  
* OwnCloud (6.0.3 atm) as a base
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* OwnCloud 7 or latest master (v8.0.0)
 
** user_lmce (authentication based on pluto_main DB, '''WORKING''')
 
** user_lmce (authentication based on pluto_main DB, '''WORKING''')
** lmceimap (browser your e-mails setup for your account, needs some more work)
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** mail - workin on it
** lmce_vdr (sort channels and get statistiks, '''WORKING''')
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** lmce_vdr - working but somehow useless for others
** files_lmce (read LMCE mounts, NOT WORKING ATM)
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** files_lmce
 
** and many more apps available at http://apps.owncloud.com
 
** and many more apps available at http://apps.owncloud.com
 
* dovecot (manage mails and accounts)
 
* dovecot (manage mails and accounts)

Revision as of 16:44, 7 February 2015

Description

Userspace is meant as a area for every LinuxMCE User to manage their files, mails, contacts, calendars and VDR. The main software is based on OwnCloud which is known as a solid dropbox alternative with many plugins. OwnCloud community is very healthy and #owncloud-dev does have some nice people which help wherever needed! :-)

Software Userspace is based on

  • OwnCloud 7 or latest master (v8.0.0)
    • user_lmce (authentication based on pluto_main DB, WORKING)
    • mail - workin on it
    • lmce_vdr - working but somehow useless for others
    • files_lmce
    • and many more apps available at http://apps.owncloud.com
  • dovecot (manage mails and accounts)
  • postfix (send mails)

Install Userspace

Get the install script:

 cd /root/
 wget http://svn.linuxmce.org/svn/people/ochorocho/owncloud/owncloud_setup.sh

Make it executable and run it:

 chmox +x ./owncloud_setup.sh
 ./owncloud_setup.sh setup

The script takes these arguments:

OwnCloud install is available under:

OwnCloud commandline

OwnCloud offers a commandline interface where you can trigger some actions.

Show all available commands:

 sudo -su www-data /var/www/userspace/occ

Its useful to run file:scan after install to make sure all mounts get indexed:

 sudo -su www-data /var/www/userspace/occ files:scan --all