After several hours of research and hacking in OMV I finally found the solution by peeling the various existing forums on dockers. And the miracle solution is falling on my nose ^^. It was really stupid, but you only had to rename the "nextcloud.subdomain.conf.sample" form to nextcloud.subdomain.conf. All those hours of research for that .....
I have a problem with the installation of the letsecnrypt docker, nextcloud and duckdns.
Nextcloud works perfectly alone, but what I put the docker letsencrypte according to TechnoDad's tutorial, it does not work.
Here is my installation:Bash
My php file always goes back to the original as soon as I restart the docker letsencrypt, I change the nextcloud. * In darkness * it always comes back in nextcloud. *PHP
when i go on the address "https://darknesse.duckdns.org" i still have the page.
Do you see any errors in my installation?
Because I peeled all the pages of the forum talking about these problems and I did not find anything.
I also tried the techniques of putting nextcloud.darknesse.duckdns.org in the php file but it did not change anything.Car I saw on the forum that it had worked for some people.
thank you to those who can help me, because it's been several days since I put my head with it.
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Sorry for my English
I have exactly the same problem can you detail your solution
Je n’ai pas tout compris pourquoi tu as voulu te connecter à ton routeur ?
Pourquoi l'avoir installé à ton travail ?
Ton Raspberry et cher toi ou a ton travail ?
here is the result of the order:Code
thanks for your help
I tried disabling it with the command ifdown enp7s0 but that did not change anything. I also tried installing the ifplugd package, but it did not change anything ...
Nic = network card?
My motherboard indeed has 2 RJ45 inputs, how do I have to disable one in Shell command, sorry I'm no one under Linux.
If it's too complicated at worst I'll wait for the pc to start
ohh sorry, I put the picture in my first post.
When I say pc is to say it's a turn around pc gamer, here is my configuration:
Motherboard: Asus Rampage II Extreme
Prossesseur: i7 CPU 950
12 GB memory
To add information, the omv server starts well, but it takes just more time than normal to start it. (I use omv 3 on another machine as a comparison)
I just finished installing omv 4 on my pc.
After that I noticed that it took a lot of time to start, in fact I have the impression that at each startup it must search the connection to the internet. I put you below a picture of the page in question.
Do you have a solution to this problem?
sorry for my English
thanks, it's really a stupid mistake
I followed the video of Techno Dad Life "" Securely Login to NextCloud Remotely on Openmediavault "the problem is that what I make in Extras args --network serveur-omv(the name I defined) j have this error that appears.
Do you have a solution ?
For info the docker NextCloud meaning Letsencrypte works perfectly. It's just that I make the extra clear that it does not function anymore and crash the docker that I have each time recreated
Sorry for my English.