So I don’t know how this is possible, but I have had nextcloud installed for a few years now, upgraded it several times. I don’t recall which version I started with, but I just updated to version 15 today. I have been using a self signed cert for https, and just bought a domain to use with it and was going to use let encrypt to have a valid cert for it. Currently it is setup with another dynamic DNS service and was looking at changing the accepted domain for my installation so I could switch it to my newly purchased domain. That being said my config.php file is empty. I can’t for the life of me figure out where it is getting its settings from. When i try and run commands like “sudo nextcloud.eneable-https letsencrypt” it just gives me "command not found.
Everything is working and I can upload and it stores data no problem, but like i said my config.php is empty. This is a local machine running on Ubuntu 18.04 (upgraded from 16.04) and like i said I had previous versions of nextcloud installed and not sure what version I started on.
I had also setup a custom storage location as I have a zfs RAID in my box and so I changed it to store the data on that instead of the default /var/www/nextcloud/data folder.
Any ideas how I can get my upgraded version working like the current version is supposed to? or where the old config file was located?