I have a basic installation of nextcloud on my raspberry pi that works well (my data directory is on a mounted hard drive). I would like to access my data directory from the raspberry to edit, create, delete, copy my files stored in nextcloud.
The first goal is work inside the data directory occasionally (for example to copy my musics to save them on another disk plugged on the raspberry, because through web it’s very low). I saw that it’s possible to do it with
sudo -u www-data and update changes with
sudo -u www-data ./occ files:scan --path="/<my_username>/files" . Is it the good way to do it?
The second goal is to allow my raspberry to run scripts on files (for example to modify a markdown file or to convert a markdown to pdf or to change files names directly from the raspberry). I can’t use the previews method because there is a
sudo . I found that it’s possible with the WebDAV’s api but is it really the best option to setup WebDAV for this ? Would performances be good ? What about concurrency ?
Thank you for your help!