Hello friends. I am curious about something with ownCloud. We use ownCloud both at work and at home. At work, of course, we take on an OMV-esque approach (as most large deployments do, I'm sure) to hesitate on mass upgrades. We're still on OC6 at work and will likely remain so for a few months yet. At home, it's a different story. While I don't need any OC7 related features, I like to stay on top of the latest OC as much as possible, mostly to get a preview for what's inevitably coming at work. That way if there are any monumental show stoppers I find in my own home usage, it might come in handy when it comes to planning a future upgrade.
I see the OC plugin is 6.0.4, while the latest is 7.0.4.x or so. Would I be best off just pulling the repo from the OpenSUSE Build Serevice and doing it manually via terminal/ssh? (that's how I do it anyway on any other server). Or, would I be better off somehow working with the plugin to push it into an upgrade?
For kicks on a test server I pulled it in from the repo to check things out. It's not giving me any response when I try to hit the web UI, though that could be something related to nginx communicating with ownCloud, as I'm pretty new to nginx and am learning on the fly (hence, test server)
Thanks for any insight!