I just did a fresh install of Nextcloud 19, and opted to install the buit-in CODE Server for online editing. That succeeded, but the ‘Collabora Online’ app somehow didn’t successfully install, and opening Collabora Online page on the admin panel showed an internal server error.
I understand that Collabora Online can use this CODE Server to enable editing:
Removing and reinstalling that app solved that issue. But now I’m left with the question: What is the URL I should enter?
EDIT: I see here that there should be an option to use the built-in CODE, but I don’t see it. Could it be that a RaspberryPi 3 doesn’t have sufficient RAM? (I’d assume the server should still show up, might just not function really great.)
pi@raspi-cloud:~ $ cd /var/www/nextcloud/apps/richdocumentscode/collabora/
pi@raspi-cloud:/var/www/nextcloud/apps/richdocumentscode/collabora $ sudo -u www-data ./Collabora_Online.AppImage
sudo: ./Collabora_Online.AppImage: command not found
pi@raspi-cloud:/var/www/nextcloud/apps/richdocumentscode/collabora $ ls
pi@raspi-cloud:/var/www/nextcloud/apps/richdocumentscode/collabora $ sudo Collabora_Online.AppImage
sudo: Collabora_Online.AppImage: command not found
pi@raspi-cloud:/var/www/nextcloud/apps/richdocumentscode/collabora $ Collabora_Online.AppImage
-bash: Collabora_Online.AppImage: command not found
I’ve reinstalled both the CODE server and Collabora Online via occ. Could it be that www-data doesn’t have the rights over this file, or that my system doesn’t know how to handle AppImages?
Thanks @n0plan, and sorry for the late reply. I just gave execution rights with sudo chmod -x Collabora_Online.AppImage, but to no avail, unfortunately. (That is, I just refreshed the Collabora Online settings page - but the option to use the CODE server did not appear.)
Also, sudo -u www-data Collabora_Online.AppImage still gave sudo: Collabora_Online.AppImage: command not found. So I’m still wondering whether my system has support for executing AppImages at all? I’m running Raspberry Pi OS Lite.