nextcloud-29-app-richdocumentscode (24.4.402)

Published 2024-06-24 01:12:43 +02:00 by s3lph in s3lph/package-pipeline-nextcloud

Installation

sudo curl  -o /etc/apt/keyrings/forgejo-s3lph.asc
echo "deb [signed-by=/etc/apt/keyrings/forgejo-s3lph.asc]  $distribution $component" | sudo tee -a /etc/apt/sources.list.d/forgejo.list
sudo apt update

Choose $distribution and $component from the list below.

sudo apt install nextcloud-29-app-richdocumentscode=24.4.402

Repository Info

Distributions
stable
Components
main
Architectures
amd64

About this package

Built-in Collabora Online Development Edition (CODE) server for local testing and non-production use **This app has to be installed and used together with the [Nextcloud Office](https://apps.nextcloud.com/apps/richdocuments) integration app.tar.gz Collabora Online is a powerful LibreOffice-based online office suite with collaborative editing, which supports all major documents, spreadsheet and presentation file formats and works together with all modern browsers. app.tar.gz richdocumentscode This app provides a built-in server with all of the document editing features of Collabora Online. app.tar.gz richdocumentscode Easy to install, for personal use or for small teams. app.tar.gz richdocumentscode A bit slower than a standalone server and without the advanced scalability features. **System Requirements:** - Linux running on ```x86-64``` or ```arm64/aarch64``` - A ```glibc``` based distribution/container (```musl libc``` is **not** supported) - Fontconfig (```libfontconfig.so.1```) - Additional requirements can be found in [here](https://github.com/CollaboraOnline/richdocumentscode#richdocumen tscode) *The download is rather big so it is possible you will experience a time-out when installing via the web interface.* You can use the OCC command install the built-in server from the command-line instead: ``` sudo -u wwwrun php -d memory_limit=512M ./occ app:install richdocumentscode ``` Where `wwwrun` is the user of your web server. This is ```www-data``` on Debian, Ubuntu and derivatives, `wwwrun` on SUSE based distributions, `apache` on Red Hat/Fedora and `http` on Arch linux and derivatives. Updates can be done like this: ``` sudo -u wwwrun php -d memory_limit=512M ./occ app:update --all ``` Of course, alternatively you could increase memory usage and PHP time-outs by default, see the [Nextcloud documentation.](https://docs.nextcloud.com/server/latest/admin_manual/c onfiguration_files/big_file_upload_configuration.html?highlight=php%20t imeout#configuring-your-web-server) Additional troubleshooting tips can be found [here](https://github.com/CollaboraOnline/richdocumentscode?tab=readme- ov-file#troubleshooting).

Dependencies

nextcloud-29
Details
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2024-06-24 01:12:43 +02:00
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