With Collabora Online app appliance with Nextcloud or ownCloud, you install Collabora Online with an already integrated and preconfigured Nextcloud or ownCloud.     image: redis:alpine I tried the IPv6 command on the Ubuntu VM and same thing occured.   upstream backend {      # if you don't call your NextCloud server "app" in your     ssl_protocols TLSv1 TLSv1.1 TLSv1.2;     networks: bind-address            = 0.0.0.0. server { More on that below. To allow your NextCloud instance to send outgoing email, so that your site can alert you to security updates that need to be applied, or so that users can request a replacement password if they've forgot theirs, you'll need an authenticating SMTP account somewhere. While you'll periodically see that NextCloud apps have available updates (these can be upgraded through the browser interface) updates to the NextCloud and Collabora Office systems themselves need to be undertaken by upgrading the containers. See also installation instructions for Nextcloud 15 on Ubuntu 18.04.. Prerequisites. database user: nextcloud The dictionaries environment variable should contain the space separated list of language codes (optionally followed by country code). }.       - back ): #DEFAULT_FORWARD_POLICY="DROP"   default_type application/octet-stream; server {     restart: unless-stopped       sudo mkdir /home/docker/nextcloud-collabora     add_header X-Frame-Options "SAMEORIGIN"; A special community server has been developed, that can easily be installed with a single click by every user, and so avoiding web server and docker containers installation and …     # to create this, see https://raymii.org/s/tutorials/Strong_SSL_Security_On_nginx.html       done (It has to be installed and used together with the Collabora Online app – step 2). At Collabora we believe that Open Source is much more than a development model. For those with an interest in history: NextCloud is a fork created by the founder of OwnCloud, after he decided that the company which formed around his OwnCloud project was moving in a direction that was philosophical unpalatable for him.         fastcgi_request_buffering off; Edit: I have seen #26, but in my case there are no errors in the Webserver log, so I assume it's a different thing.       - /home/data/nextcloud/resources:/var/www/html/resources   app:         add_header X-Content-Type-Options nosniff; SMTP password: a strong password already configured for the username on that server The next step is configuring the local nginx proxy servers for NextCloud and Collabora using the nginx instance you installed earlier. The collabora/code Docker image can be installed to any x86-64 host (e.g. You'll be asked to set up an admin user account, which can be "admin" (you could make it something different to help stymie nefarious probes that assume you've got a user called "admin" - but don't forget what you've called it!)     add_header X-Content-Type-Options nosniff; net/ipv4/ip_forward=1 Installing Collabora Online without domain/SSL This setup is intended to be used for testing and proof of concept purposes only. It is saved as it is change, you shouldn't need to save it explicitly. We recommend setting up key-based authentication. *)$; – How do I install Docker?         add_header X-Download-Options noopen;         fastcgi_param HTTPS on; That should be all the configuration you need to make the Docker containers go.       access_log off; Only a browser is required, and no other software needs to be installed. # and this is a reverse proxy for that Mautic instance. Solve this simple math problem and enter the result.         try_files $uri /index.php$uri$is_args$args;     add_header Strict-Transport-Security "max-age=31536000; includeSubdomains;"; services: Your details should be: database IP: 172.17.0.1 - this is the default IP of the Docker host server.     volumes:     server_name nextcloud.domain; ssl_certificate /etc/letsencrypt/live/nextcloud.domain/fullchain.pem; Installiert wird auf einem Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (aber alle Befehle funktionieren auch auf Debian).     ports: To run an ad hoc backup (which will replace the previous backup from that day, if there is one) just run. Create a reverse proxy (or Virtual Host in Syno) to office.domain.xx based on the port (HTTPS: 9980 / Document root: docker / Collabora (I created a collabora folder in the shared docker folder created automatically … Why, good question) / HSTS enabled / Apache 2.2 / PHP 5.6> The installation of Nextcloud does not work for Syngent with Nginx …) ), a Redis container (which provides performance improving caching for NextCloud), and.     restart: unless-stopped               try_files $uri/ =404; I like the efficiency of Nginx and clarity of Nginx configurations over those of Apache and other open source web servers. The only requirement is to have Docker and Nginx installed on your machine. The announcement contains steps of how to setup the docker image and integrate it with Nextcloud for users using apache as a web server, this post will explain how to set everything up with nginx. Note: make sure your hosting service is not blocking these ports at some outer layer (depending on who's providing that hosting service you may have to set up port forwarding). in your domain name by preceding them with \\     user: www-data Now set up the database which will hold NextCloud's data. location / { You'll need to substitute the domain name you pick for your NextCloud instance - Collabora's container requires that you specify it so that it doesn't accept connections from other (potentially nefarious) containers elsewhere on the Internet!         return  302 https://nextcloud.domain$request_uri; I would guess the native packages would be faster but I have no evidence to back that up. cd /home/docker/nextcloud-collabora. sudo mkdir /home/data/nextcloud/resources I need to restart the server to reproduce it. # This configuration assumes that there's an nginx container talking to the mautic PHP-fpm container, You can access the admin console at: Other optional environment variables that you can pass to collabora/code are the following: After starting the container, you can copy the configuration file out of the container, edit it, and copy it back to the container.         include fastcgi_params; In preparation, you'll want to have the following ready: First things first, make sure you're logged into your host (probably via SSH) as a user who has "sudo" capabilities! Once that's set and working, NextCloud will install all the relevant database tables and initial data. ): server { – Once I have docker installed, do I follow your instructions to install the collabora/code container via shell or can I install it from the provided extension in the Plesk panel? You'll probably want to set up a dedicated email address for this server somewhere, perhaps something like "nextcloud@your.domain" or similar, with a username (often just the email address) and a password. I would not recommend making your own account, in your name, the main admin account. This installation guide is tested with Nextcloud 11, 12 and 13 on Ubuntu 16.04.     client_max_body_size 1G; The beauty of the open source software model is that we can connect NextCloud and Collabora office - completely separate and unrelated communities - thanks to a new integration standard, WOPI (Web-application Open Platform Interface) they form a well integrated component model - with the major added benefit of being able to swap in a better file management platform, or a better collaborative productivity package if one or the other emerges, without having to start from scratch. Collabora Online Development Edition (CODE) is available as a Docker image from Docker Hub. It means that on the hosting server, we only need to run a proxying web server, which is easy. vim nginx.conf, and enter this content: http { CREATE USER "nextcloud"@"%" IDENTIFIED BY "[passwd]"; }.       - app A small software company with headquarters in the UK (although their team appears to be from all over), Collabora Office, has taken on the ambitious mission of creating a "collaborative web interface" allowing users to collaborate using LibreOffice, one of the most powerful and widely used office package available anywhere.   include /etc/nginx/mime.types;     entrypoint: | If you are not familiar with Docker concepts and basic commands, read the Docker Get Started document first. To back up your instance on your server, you need two things: a file system backup of your /home/data/nextcloud directory, and database dumps of your database. Specifically for Docker's benefit, you need to tweak the default Forwarding rule (I use "vim" as my editor.     0.0.0.0. This isn't easy, but it's much easier than it otherwise would be because the difficult job of creating the heavy-lifting application back-end is already done - LibreOffice is a mature widely used application (albeit with a desktop interface, not a web-based collaborative interface). The over all architecture consists of five Docker containers (note, done properly, you aim to ensure that each container runs only one service! See the source on GitHub. Overview. sudo mkdir /home/data/nextcloud/data Here's how you install it. Install Docker on a server. Thank you in advance!     location ^~ /lool { You'll need the following details: SMTP server : an IP address or a domain name Here's an example of the required docker-compose.yml file (you can create this via a text editor like "nano" which should be pre-installed on any VM these days, or use my preferred, but less intuitive, editor, vim via vim docker-compose.yml in the /home/docker/nextcloud-collabora directory): version: '2' networks: back: driver: …         #  includeSubDomains; preload;";         access_log off;         proxy_set_header Host $http_host; Install the Collabora NextCloud plugin and configure it to access Collabora through our reverse proxy; Setup Collabora CODE based on official Docker image. But remember to do it in the right directory!) You can pass extra loolwsd command line parameter via this environment variable.       # docker-compose.yml, you'll need to change app below to       # whatever you end up calling it. The key thing to realise is that your "certificates" need to exist for Nginx to restart with the new configurations below - use the "commenting out the intervening lines" trick mentioned in my instructions to bootstrap the creation of your secure certificates!     ssl_certificate_key /etc/letsencrypt/live/collab.domain/privkey.pem; ): server {     fastcgi_buffers 64 4K; index index.php;         index index.php; Log into the MySQL client on the host (if you've created a .my.cnf file in your home directory as describe above, you won't need to enter your username and password): Enter your root password when prompted. and some strong password you create (you can use the pwgen utility you used earlier) - I'd recommend recording it somewhere. For example, if you want to start loolwsd without SSL, when you test or develop, the syntax is.         fastcgi_param modHeadersAvailable true; With the dictionaries environment variable you can change this list.     } Maintaining the 'docker.io' package is not an easy task.   } If all's well, get nginx to reread its configuration with the new files: Phew - congratulations on getting here! Once you've got everything set up, you can access the admin console of the Collabora Office instance at the collab.domain you specified above - it'll have the path https://collab.domain/loleaflet/dist/admin/admin.html (of course replacing collab.domain with your domain) which gives you useful info about the system resources being used, number of documents being edited and by whom, and some other interesting details. After the -e command line option of docker run command you can define environment variables, that are passed to the container. Configure the Nginx reverse proxy container. Step 1: Compiling Collabora.         # have those duplicated to the ones above)     location ^~ /hosting/discovery { Installing LimeSurvey with Docker on Ubuntu 16.04 with Nginx and Mariadb, WikiEducator Notes: OERu's course feed aggregation and messaging system, OERu MediaWiki to WordPress Snapshot Toolchain, Installing Mastodon with Docker-Compose on Ubuntu 16.04, Docker Compose: A better way to deploy Rocketchat, Wekan, and MongoDB, Installing MongoDB with Docker on Ubuntu Linux 14.04, Installing Mautic with PHP7-FPM on Docker, Nginx, and MariaDB on Ubuntu 16.04. a Linux virtual machine or "VM" (I recommend running the current Ubuntu LTS version, or current Debian) with a user with Sudo privileges.... your domain name for the NextCloud instance, pointing to the IP address of your VM, your domain name for the Collabora instance, also pointing to the IP of your VM, and, credentials for an email address capable of sending from a remote server (usually termed an "authenticating SMTP email account"), the main NextCloud container (running the PHP-FPM service), an identical container to the PHP one which runs the cron service (which does periodic administrative tasks relevant to NextCloud), the self-contained Collabora Office container (running PHP with an Apache web server instance and a full instance of LibreOffice running in headless server mode (never fear, no servers were harmed in the building of this server!) docker.io and docker-ce both give you a Docker binary, but through a very different build process. Thankfully, the open source world has created an array of possible equivalent systems, and this post describes how you, too, can set up your own equivalent to Dropbox + Google Docs using entirely open source software on any commodity virtual machine hosting system you want to use by adopting NextCloud and Collabora Office. sudo mkdir /home/data/nextcloud/config Univention App-Center ownCloud x Collabora Online connector; Please be aware, that for productive usage you need valid subscriptions. E.g.         sleep 900     restart: unless-stopped             - /home/data/nextcloud/apps:/var/www/html/apps         proxy_pass https://localhost:9980; Run the following commands to allow your Docker containers to talk to other services on your host. To configure the proxies, you need to create two configuration files in your /etc/nginx/sites-available/ directory. sudo ufw allow in on docker0 # localhost which is more compatible and is not less secure.     - back It's just a convention after all. Running Online Office with Nextcloud and nginx. To be honest, I usually use the alternative instructions, employing the "pip" approach.     add_header X-Download-Options noopen;       - 127.0.0.1:8082:80 You can upgrade an existing install by issuing (on your Linux VM's command line): To set up your server, I recommend setting up a place for your Docker containers (replace "me" with your non-root username on the server) and the associated persistent data (your Docker containers should hold no important data - you should be able to delete and recreate them entirely without losing any important data or configuration): sudo mkdir /home/datasudo mkdir /home/data/nextcloudsudo mkdir /home/data/nextcloud/apps On doing so, if all is well, you should be directed through the database set up process for your NextCloud instance. If you prefer not to organise and run your own server, you can purchase a supported server via their website for a cost similar to Dropbox (although, realise that NextCloud is relatively small by comparison and doesn't have the massive economies of scale enjoyed by the bigger players). Install the server and the client like this.         deny all; - yes this server doesn't really adhere to the "one-service per container" convention, but I'm ok with that. Doh!). Yeah, that's creepy.     keepalive_timeout 20s; include /etc/nginx/includes/letsencrypt.conf; Connect via ssh to host and deploy Docker container for one nextcloud-domain: docker run -t -d -p 127.0.0.1:9980:9980 -e 'domain=subdomain\\.domain\\.com' -e 'username=UserName' -e 'password=Your-Password' --cap-add MKNOD collabora/code. If you are not familiar with Docker concepts and basic commands, read the Docker Get Started document first. is the WOPI host, i.e. Web page addresses and email addresses turn into links automatically.     # to create this, see https://raymii.org/s/tutorials/Strong_SSL_Security_On_nginx.html I suggest using the latest installation instructions provided by the Docker community.     listen 80;   Nothing in the NC log. your preferred File Sync and Share solution that implements WOPI protocol, for example share\.example\.com. Currently, the only supported platform is x86-64, and the image was mostly tested on Linux. The container will notice that the configuration file has changed, and the service will be restarted (don’t forget the –restart always option when you start the container with docker run).         # Add headers to serve security related headers (It is intended to         add_header Cache-Control "public, max-age=7200"; :css|js)$ {     ssl_certificate_key /etc/letsencrypt/live/nextcloud.domain/privkey.pem; It is useful, if you want to use your own SSL certificate for some reason. Escape any . Find out the name or hash of your container: $ docker cp romantic_meninsky:/etc/loolwsd/loolwsd.xml loolwsd.xml. Backing up your database is as easy installing automysqlbackups: You'll find daily versioned dumps of your MariaDB database(s) in /var/lib/automysqlbackups. I did the IPv6 trick however honestly didn't know where I should use these commands --- I have freebsd install of nextcloud in a jail and a vm running ubuntu which is running docker and the container. Today Nextcloud announced support for online office with Collabora Online using a docker image to host the Collabora Online server.. • Update packages and Install Docker engine. You also have to edit /etc/ufw/sysctl.conf and remove the "#" at the start of the following lines, so they look like this: # Uncomment this to allow this host to route packets between interfaces I have a working NC/Collabora installation using docker-compose and docker-swarm. Collabora is progressively re-imagining the user interface of LibreOffice as a collaborative web interface. In order to save resources, it makes sense to load only those dictionaries that are actually needed. If it works, you should have the ability to go back to the home of your NextCloud install, which should show you your top-level folders. :svg|gif|png|html|ttf|woff|ico|jpg|jpeg)$ { Then you can run: docker-compose up -d && docker-compose logs -f. This will attempt to start up the containers (bringing them "up" in daemon mode, thus the -d) and then show you a stream of log messages from the containers, preceded by the container name.     } SMTP login security: whether login is via TLS, SSL, or unsecure (!! You install the docker daemon on the local computer and then install the docker image inside of it — meaning everything is installed locally. No idea about the speed. Do I use the provided extension via the Plesk panel? GRANT ALL ON nextcloud. Wait a few seconds for the automatic restart.         deny all; Once you completed a simple graphical setup with a web-based administration interface, you can use the online office and cloud file … an Nginx webserver container which makes it easier to manage the configuration and paths of the NextCloud and Collabora servers via WOPI. If it scroll past too fast, you can pipe it into less to allow you to scroll and search: sudo netstat -punta | less - hit "q" to exit or "/" to initiate a text search. This is a general guide to setting up a functional Nextcloud instance using Ubuntu Server … Collabora can be either installed using a package provided by your distribution or by using the official Docker image collabora/code. # add_header Strict-Transport-Security "max-age=15768000; ), and     restart: unless-stopped I usually use pwgen (sudo apt-get install pwgen) - for example running this command will give you a single 12 character password without special characters (just numbers and letters): At the prompt (which will look something like MariaDB [(none)]>) enter the following lines (putting your password in place of [passwd]): CREATE DATABASE nextcloud CHARACTER SET utf8mb4 COLLATE utf8mb4_unicode_ci;     # Add headers to serve security related headers      Then start a new container, for example: $ docker run -t -d -p 127.0.0.1:9980:9980 -e “domain=” -e “username=admin” -e “password=S3cRet” –restart always collabora/code. You should get the OK string, if everything is in order.         # Optional: Don't log access to other assets To allow nginx to be visible via ports 80 and 443, run. No computer system is ever full secure - there're always exploits waiting to be found, so security is a process of maintaining vigilance.         # Optional: Don't log access to assets   cron: Collabora Online has many configuration options and the Docker image comes with a built-in /etc/loolwsd/loolwsd.xml configuration file with the defaults.     networks: Falls jemand Fehler in der Beschreibung findet oder Hinweise bzw Verbesserungsvorschläge hat, schreibt es in die Kommentare und ich werde die Anleitung weiter optimieren. sudo ufw allow from 172.0.0.0/8 to any. As already mentioned, on a new installation, this is done automatically, but for an existing installation, you have to do the following steps manually. Collabora Online Development Edition (CODE), Collabora Online as Univention app appliance, Collabora Online and SharePoint Integration. If you're game to run your own (and, in my experience, it's a surprisingly well behaved system) here's how you do it. sudo mkdir /home/data/nextcloud/redis Step 1: Collabora.       - redis         fastcgi_param PATH_INFO $fastcgi_path_info; 1. server app:9000;       - VIRTUAL_HOST         fastcgi_pass backend;     server_name collab.domain; ssl_certificate /etc/letsencrypt/live/collab.domain/fullchain.pem;         proxy_pass https://localhost:9980;     volumes:       # here! database password: (the one you came up with above). How to install it? When this environment variable is set (is not “”), then startup script will generate a new SSL certificate signed by a dummy CA for this domain, not for, When this environment variable is set (is not “”), then its value will be used as server name in.     keepalive_timeout 20s; proxy_http_version 1.1; sudo service ufw restart.     fastcgi_buffers 64 4K; add_header X-Frame-Options "SAMEORIGIN";         #Avoid sending the security headers twice     } Installiert wird auf einem Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (aber alle Befehle funktionieren auch auf Debian). The resulting "forks" in code bases and communities then thrive or die based on the strengths of the communities they can build and sustain. FLUSH PRIVILEGES; We make use of the NextCloud community's stable Docker container which they keep up to date. Otherwise, you can check the log with: location / {     }, location ~ ^/(?     } We use cookies on this website to ensure that you get the best experience.         proxy_pass http://localhost:8082; For those with a technological interest, NextCloud is a mature PHP application (but with a modern architecture, including a command line interface, occ) which stores its data in an RDBMS like MySQL, MariaDB, PostgreSQL, or (usually for development purposes) the lightweight SQLite database.     driver: bridge     }    # download, presentation and image upload Configure subdomain to be used for collabora online     proxy_buffering off; # static files     }, location ~* \.(? If you go to Apps, you can use the search box to search for "Collabora" or go to the "Office & text" App category. Edit the config file with your favourite editor, then save and copy it back to the container: $ docker cp loolwsd.xml romantic_meninsky:/etc/loolwsd/loolwsd.xml. There're lots of ways to back up your files (I personally use a bash script that I wrote in a past role, which uses rdiff-backup to create versioned backups either locally or on a remote server, although there're other documented approaches - leave a comment below if you'd like to learn more about my approach!). Use docker-compose logs -f to watch the logs - you'll likely see debugging information in the unlikely event that something goes wrong in the upgrade process.         proxy_set_header Host $http_host;     add_header X-XSS-Protection "1; mode=block";         proxy_pass https://localhost:9980; Our data reflects our creativity energy, and it seems much more comfortable for many of us to be in charge of our own fates rather than entrusting it to a third party who simply sees us a profit centre.     server_name collab.domain; # for let's encrypt renewals! Fresh install of Nextcloud 19 with CODE server (without Docker): The built-in Collabora server does not work. In our case, we chose the domain collab.oeru.org and the file is called "collab", created via sudo vim /etc/nginx/sites-available/collab and containing (replace collab.domain with the one you've selected - similarly replace the port number 9980 with whatever you've selected if you've opted for a different one! See How To Install Docker On Ubuntu 16.04 5. Here's an example of the required docker-compose.yml file (you can create this via a text editor like "nano" which should be pre-installed on any VM these days, or use my preferred, but less intuitive, editor, vim via vim docker-compose.yml in the /home/docker/nextcloud-collabora directory): version: '2'         fastcgi_split_path_info ^(.+\.php)(/.       while /bin/true; do The default set of languages is the following: de_DE en_GB en_US es_ES fr_FR it nl pt_BR pt_PT ru. You need to log into the host from your local machine.     restart: unless-stopped. We need to make sure we're back in the Docker directory we set up: and then we need to try running our docker-compose script to "pull" in the pre-built Docker containers we've specified in our docker-compose.yml file: All going well, after a few minutes (longer or shorter depending on the speed of your server's connection) you should have download the Nginx, Redis, NextCloud and Collabora-CODE Docker images.