How to install Owncloud 10 on Fedora 26

Fedora Tutorial – Hello Linux users, today we will guide you how to install Owncloud 10 on Fedora 26. The latest version of Owncloud 10.0.1 is now available for download. Owncloud is a free web application for file sharing and storage service. Owncloud requires LAMP (Apache) or LEMP (Nginx) Server to work, so you will need to install and configure the web server first prior to Owncloud installation.

Steps to install Owncloud 10 on Fedora 26

Step 1. Install LAMP Server on Fedora 26

First, install LAMP Server on Fedora 26 by following this LAMP Server install instruction.

Step 2. Install additional php modules

On the LAMP Server installation instruction above, we still need to install some php modules in order Owncloud to run well.

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Step 3. Create new MySQL database and user

Now we need to create new MySQL user and database for Owncloud.

Step 4. Download Owncloud package

Now we need to download the latest Owncloud 10 package from the official website. You may check the latest version of Owncloud from this page.

Step 5. Extract Owncloud package

Once the download completed, we need to extract it and change the permission to it.

Change permission

Now move the owncloud directory to /var/www/html

Now restart Apache

Step 6. Configure Owncloud via web browser

Open web browser from other computer and then type the Ip address of the Fedora Server as follow

http://ip-address/owncloud

Enter the required information shown on that page.

Now enjoy Owncloud

install owncloud 10 on fedora 26

Thanks for reading this how to install Owncloud 10 on Fedora 26. See you in the next tutorial.

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