Posts by imcv

    i got over the 502 bad gateway problem by disabling then enabling mysql plugin.
    and maybe service php5-fpm restart and service nginx restart
    hope that helps...

    looks like you have to start over, and install mysql and nginx plugins anew...

    upon reaching the diagnostic tool page, i got ....

    1) security breach error
    ... which i did not know how to correct since all solutions i could find involved apache and this tutorial makes use of nginx, so i left it behind for the time being and proceeded with the other following warning errors..

    2) a PHP output buffer warning

    ...which i corrected by editing the php.ini file.

    so i did this...

    nano /etc/php5/fpm/php.ini

    and look for the line that says...

    output_buffering = 4096

    and change to

    output_buffering = off

    3)warning: Pydio framework loads a lot of PHP files at each query, and using a PHP accelerator is greatly recommended.

    i corrected with

    apt-get install php5-apc

    4)warning: PHP INTL extension missing. English month names will be used for all languages.

    i corrected with...

    apt-get install php5-intl

    service php5-fpm restart

    service nginx restart

    after number 4, surprisingly the security breach error did not appear and the pydio webpage proceeded with the installation...i don't know if this is already secure or not...

    hope this helps... :)

    Quote from lemon

    Got the same 403 ERROR here, what was the problem in your installation, imcv

    hi Andy,

    all did was add /pydio at the end of port number as per instructions of our mentor tinh_x7 when accessing pydio on a web browser, :)

    so try to do this...

    https://local.ip:SSL port/pydio

    hope this helps :)

    to you nice mentors :)

    i would just like to share how i got around installing seafile on an odroid c2 (64 bit aarch8) which has failed as i mentioned on post 71 on this thread...

    1) installed omv 3.0.13 ISO for odroid c2, and run apt-get update , however there was an error .... NO_PUBKEY 7AA630A1EDEE7D73 that came out...
    I did not get the key and left it as it is, because, if i get the key with.

    apt-key adv --keyserver --recv EDEE7D73

    i could not install plugins anymore.

    Moreso, if I ran apt-get upgrade, it breaks the omv webui and i could not log-in.

    2) to get around the error no2 on seafile installation (the 64 bit/32 bit conundrum), i got the idea from here

    did this...

    dpkg --add-architecture armhf

    apt-get update

    3) a preferences file had to be written, because, the first time i tried this installation, omv broke again, so i copied this procedure from here

    did this...

    nano /etc/apt/preferences

    copy and paste then save this script...

    Package: *
    Pin: release n=jessie
    Pin-Priority: 600


    apt-get update

    4) i then installed libselinux for armhf(32bit) because the second time i tried installing seafile, i got an error...

    /seafile/seafile-server-1.6.0/seafile/bin/ccnet-init: error while loading shared libraries: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

    so then i tried this...

    apt-get install libselinux1:armhf


    apt-get update

    After which i continued with the rest of the tutorial on page 1 of this thread.....

    the only hitch i encountered this time was when i issued this from the tutorial...

    /etc/init.d/seafile-server restart

    i get this message from the terminal...

    sudo: unable to resolve host openmediavault

    don't know why,...

    so i tried the following anyway, and i don't know if it is correct...

    service seafile-server restart

    and wooooohooooo!!!!!! it wooooorks!!!!! :)

    thanks very much again!!!!!!

    hi everyone,

    just a little update, although one can install docker on an rpi2 or rpi3, one can't use it to build collabora-on-line for nextloud integration since apparently docker image is build only for x86 architecture and not on an arm mentioned here and here...

    thanks for this wonderful tutorial :)

    Hi everyone,

    i successfully installed nextcloud using the tutorial on page1 on an odroidc2-running on erasmus (great tutorial by the way).

    Would someone please be kind enough to show us, who are just mere mortals, on how to install the collobora online, using a self signed certificate
    as mentioned here and here..

    I don't know where to start.. been doing some readings but there nothing concrete on how to do it step by step...

    please bear with me as I am not an IT person.... :):):)

    thanks very much in advance...

    when i issued the command...
    apt-get upgrade

    during the installation this is the output on the terminal...(attached as a text file)

    there are several warnings and errors at the end and file not found errors....hope this helps

    thanks very much :)


    hi zoki,

    ls -l ~seafile/seafile-server-latest/seafile/bin/

    returns this...

    root@openmediavault:~# ls -l ~seafile/seafile-server-latest/seafile/bin/
    ls: cannot access /opt/seafile/seafile-server-latest/seafile/bin/: No such file or directory

    i'm fine with the c1 (kralizec) just wanted to know why i can't use this tutorial with the odroid c2 though...

    thanks very much... :)

    Just to make sure:
    You installed the needed packages?......

    yes, i did,... i followed each step on the installation tutorial, worked on the odroid c1 (kralizec) but not for the odroid c2(erasmus).

    maybe its because odroid c2 is 64 bit whereas the c1 is 32bit, and the seafile package for raspberry only works for a 32 bit arm processors? ?( as suggested by here

    or maybe its because erasmus on odroid c2 runs on jessie, which has a different init system, and the script might fail, as mentioned by zoki on page 3 of this forum?

    thanks very much again... :)

    Thanks sieben

    upon reaching the following, on the tutorial...when using erasmus on odroid c2. ...

    Hit enter to finish the Seafile installation

    i get this error message on the terminal....

    In gratitude to you nice mentors........ :)

    after finding the correct as kindly shown by zoki...
    i was able to add this...


    as helpfully guided by baldman

    Fixed it... I can now upload with seafile version 4.

    I also wanted to share this...

    no matter what i did, trying to download the 5.1.3 by using the link as generously instructed by sieben..
    I always encountered a 404 not found error, i even tried curl, wget -- no certificate, wget with quotes, git clone....nosuccess

    finally i found the correct link…-pi-seafile-installieren/ and i just change the version to 5.1.3
    and download started. :):):)


    there is a download directory after the releases directory... :)

    So I am now running seafile 5.1.3 raspbian image on an odroid c1 running on kralizec (no stoneburner for c1 yet though) ....

    To complete the trial, i tried to install seafile on an odroid c2 running on erasmus... and it failed as earlier pointed out by zoki...

    Thanks very much guys for this Great Tutorial .... :)


    Thank you all...

    I feel honoured and a little giddy answering to you my Mentors... :)
    Took sometime to prepare this reply because i really did not know where to look for things...

    I had to use the following command to download seafile during the installation...


    since using...


    returns a 400 NOT FOUND ERROR

    but comparing an unpacked version of the seafile 4.0.6 and the 5.1.3 for raspberry and also comparing it to the the 5.1.3 generic seafile server for linux (32bit), they all seem to be the same...

    Trying to sort through the problem, as per all your recent instructions...

    1st) I did this

    su -s /bin/bash seafile


    cd /opt/seafile/seafile-server-*


    cd conf

    then do ls -la.... which shows the following list...

    the seahub where saved to this directory, don't know why...and the contents of which are those of per instructions on page 1 of this tutorial...

    cat ~seafile/conf/

    ..... gives this..

    i noticed another seahub though ....if i do,

    cd /opt/seafile/seafile-server-*

    then cd seahub/seahub, then do ls -la, it shows the following content..

    the contents of this 2nd are attached as a .txt file... :)

    If i added the following line to this to ( the one on the .txt file) :):):)


    and the ccnet conf


    i get a 502 Bad gateway on seafile's web ui if use (=https:// my local ip:8444)... and a 500 Internal server error if i use (=https://my local ip:8444/seafhttp)

    thus, i can only get back the web ui if remove the added FILE_SERVER_ROOT='https://my local ip:8444/seafhttp

    also as instructed doing this...

    cat /etc/passwd | grep seaf



    seafile:x:997:100:Seafile Service Account:/opt/seafile:/bin/bash

    Still CAN NOT UPLOAD though..

    thanks very much again my Mentors... :):):)

    Thank you Zoki,

    i tried to install the raspberry pi ISO on the odroid c2 running on erasmus... and it failed too.

    The installation worked though if i use the raspberry pi ISO on an older Odroid C1 running on Kralizec (wheezy)... and thanks to people like you, get to learn something new everyday..

    the only problem is, i can't seem to upload files on the seafile server... there is no settings menu on the admin page as shown on the tutorial... attached is an image of my web admin interface....

    also using this command....nano /opt/seafile/conf/
    from the tutorial shows an empty file...

    i hope you can help figure out how to upload files, thanks again very much...

    Hi Baldman,

    May i please kindly ask for your help...

    I installed omv-erasmus on an odroid c2 (the specs says 64 bit).
    I was able to install pydio through the kind help of tinh_x7...

    I wanted to try sea file also, and thus tried to follow your guide... MYSQL plug in does not show a data directory drop down menu....(as shown on my attachment)

    i went on with the guide though... when i reached the step..

    - Hit enter to finish the Seafile installation

    i get this error message on the terminal

    what do I do now... i tried to google the error errno 8 and they seem to say there is no shebang line on the python script... i don't even know what a shebang line is, more so how to fiddle with the script...

    thanks very much for your time and assistance...please bear with me as i am not an IT person...

    thanks for the prompt reply tinh_x7,

    how do i go about removing the 'download' folder from /www/?

    more so how do i rename the 'download folder from outside my directory???

    if i cd into my directory and do ls -l... this is the output on the terminal...

    regarding error 403, if i do http followed by my local ip, i get into the web ui of OMV if i add the port number of my choice i get a 400 bad request since i enabled ssl and can only use https.... https error go 403 forbidden persists however...

    i appreciate this very much... thanks

    hi tinh_x7,

    since the only available image for an Odroid c2 is the openmedivault-erasmus, i tried to follow your guide to install pydio...

    1) i was able to install mysql and nginx plugins...

    2) i used this /media/d1bbb0b5-6a71-4e7e-9c3c-17a356a733a1/www/ to cd into my mounted drive

    3)i was able to download and unpack to pydio core tar.gz file

    4) however when i reached the download /media/d1bbb0b5-6a71-4e7e-9c3c-17a356a733a1/www/

    the terminal gave me this 'download' and '/media/d1bbb0b5-6a71-4e7e-9c3c-17a356a733a1/www/download' are the same file

    5) i proceeded with the next step .... cd /media/d1bbb0b5-6a71-4e7e-9c3c-17a356a733a1/www/download

    the terminal gave this message...
    -bash: cd: /media/d1bbb0b5-6a71-4e7e-9c3c-17a356a733a1/www/download: Not a directory

    6) proceeding to ... mv download pydio , the terminal gave no errors

    7) there where no errors too on the command...chown -R www-data:www-data /media/d1bbb0b5-6a71-4e7e-9c3c-17a356a733a1/www/pydio

    i restarted php5-fpm and nginx...

    the problem is when i tried the access the web ui of pydio using https://local.ip:SSL port (suing my local ip and port that i chose,) I get a 403 forbidden ERROR

    searching through google... i tried to chmod using either 777, 755, 750, and chown -R www-data and restarted nginx and php5-fpm... the 403 forbidden error is still there...

    I am not so knowledgeable with linux so please bear with me...

    thank you very much for your time and assistance :)


    i was able to install owncloud 9.0.1 through the webinstaller as kindly shared by Enra on page 1....
    and also owncloud 9.0.2 by copying the contents of the unzipped zip file to the owncloud folder still using page 1 tutorial...

    after correcting the errors on the 9.0.1, by using..again Enras shared tutorial on page 7, the code integrity showed only 1 file that failed the integrity check....

    however , on the 9.0.2, it showed a "MILLION" code integrity file errors.....

    i just thought of sharing my experience .... i am a total newbie and in no way knowledgeable about linux...

    thank you guys for sharing this and Good Luck...