How to install Owncloud 10 on Debian 9

owncloud debian 9

Debian Tutorial – Today’s tutorial we will show you how to install Owncloud 10 on Debian 9 Stretch. Owncloud 10 has been released a while ago with so many features and bug fixes. Owncloud is a popular cloud and file sharing appliance that can be easily installed on Linux based server such as Debian. Install Owncloud on Debian 9 is very easy and there are many tutorial describing how to install Owncloud on Debian 9 server.

Owncloud Debian is a great combination that provide a reliable system. If you are running Ubuntu, the following tutorial to install Owncloud 10 on Debian 9 also applicable to Ubuntu 16.04 or Ubuntu 17.04 with some modifications.

Steps to install Owncloud 10 on Debian 9

  • Update System
  • Install LAMP Server on Debian 9
  • Install Owncloud 10
  • Owncloud configuration via web browser

Step 1. Update System

I assume you connect to the Debian 9 Server via SSH or Terminal. Now we need to update our Debian system first prior to the next steps.

Step 2. Install LAMP Server on Debian 9

Now we need to install and configure LAMP Server on Debian 9. Please read our previous tutorial to install LAMP Server on Debian 9. Additionally, we need to create a new MySQL database and user

Step 3. Install Owncloud

Install additional packages

We need to install some additional packages required by Owncloud Server

Download Owncloud 10 package. For newer version, please check at: www.owncloud.org

Extract Owncloud and change the permission

It will produce a new directory called owncloud. We need to move this directory to /var/www/html/ directory

Configure Apache Web Server

Create a new configuration file under /etc/apache2/sites-available

And then paste these lines

Create symlink

Additional apache configuration

Execute these commands to enable some modules

Step 4. Configure Owncloud via web browser

Now open a web browser and type the following address. Don’t forget to change the IP address with your IP address server

And you will see the following Owncloud configuration windows

owncloud web config

Enter the details required on that page and click Finish. You must use the database name and user name we created on the previous step.

Finally, Owncloud 10 on Debian 9 is now ready for use

install owncloud 10 on debian 9

Update: New Owncloud 10.0.3 is now available for Download

3 Comments

  1. I hope you can help. When trying to complete the set-up via the web interface I am not succeeding. I get an error SQLSTATE Connection Refused. I suspect this is because I have not used the correct credentials.

    For the beginner there is a lot of detail here, between Unix log-in names and passwords, MySQL usernames and passwords and then (I assume!) owncloud’s own (admin) username and password. I understand that some of these must be local and hence private.

    It would help no end if you could spell out, field by field, what I should type assuming that I have followed every step above correctly.

    That said, this is the most helpful tutorial I have found so far – just one more fence to jump!

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