I’m supper new to Nextcloud and i have meet this beauty while installing ubuntu server 18.04, it was an option to install it while installing the server.
After installed, everything worked fine, i have created the admin account, installed the apk on my phone and passed some photos through it.
Everything fine till I had the need to install Vicidial, and i couldn’t find the lighttpd conf file, after searching around through google, i decide to install the lighttpd even i cant figure out how it was up on my ubuntu even not installed.
anyway, after installed the lighttpd through apt-get install, the Nextcloud cant be reached anymore from the browser. I know that the files and the config are here somewhere, but I cant figure it out where…
Can someone plz help to pass through this tunnel :(.
Thanks to all in advance.
Nextcloud version (eg, 20.0.5):
Operating system and version (eg, Ubuntu 20.04):
Apache or nginx version (eg, Apache 2.4.25):
PHP version (eg, 7.4):
The issue you are facing:
Is this the first time you’ve seen this error? (Y/N): Yes
Are you serving Nextcloud via Lighttpd or do you have apache/nginx installed additionally?
Is the lighttpd instance running properly in general, what’s the output of sudo systemctl status lighttpd ?
And what exactly do you get while accessing it “does not work” is a bit insufficient. Error message? Blank page?
@kerberos thanks for the response… i managed it 3 min ago, to reactivate cloud again, uninstalling lighttpd.
But still can understand something, i have isntalled nextloud automaticly as i said, while installing ubuntu 18.04, the strange is that the cloud is runing through lighttpd while it is not installed as a service… is that possible ?
Nothing is impossible
Use a tool like htop to identify if lighttpd is still having a running instance. Maybe it was launched by yourself earlier or a different process.
Almost all applications can be launched interactively, not only as a service.
@kerberos as per your experience, installing apache will affect cloud again ?
So then you are most likely using the Nextcloud Snap version.
yes is that, it has created a folder snap in root of my server
Having more than one web server requires that both are properly configured. But i do not see it necessary to get your problem fixed.
I am using Apache for Nextcloud and lighttpd for a different purpose on the same machine. As long as the ports are different, it works.
Well, Snap-Version, i didn’t think about that.
ok thanks for all I appreciate