Collabora Online: Cannot connect to the host “http://office.sptmin.com:9980”.
Please ask your administrator to check the Collabora Online server setting. The exact error message was: cURL error 7: Failed to connect to office.sptmin.com port 9980: Connection refused
This is the error I’m getting^
I’m not sure what I did wrong, since I followed the instructions exactly as given. I’m using Digital Ocean and the servers run apache.
I got it (the apply button) to work by disabling the documents app. However, the collabra online app still won’t work. After removing :9980 from the URL (as I am using the reverse proxy as recommended), I get a new error:
I have exactly the same error, everything appears correct. If I got to https://office.mydomain.com/hosting/discovery I see the XML with a valid SSL certificate. Yet Like you I get the below error when trying to access from within NextCloud.
Have you managed to get any further, I’ve tried all sorts for the last week and got nowhere. Do you think it points to the connector app, I tried completely uninstalling the Collabora NextCloud/OwnCloud app and checking the app folder was gone think it was called RichText or something similar then reinstalled but still made no difference.
Hoping you have got further than me or someone else can help us?
i have install web installer in my domian 2.domian.com ,and its woring fine and i have added from apps Collabora Online and when i try to click open any doc i get this massage
Collabora Online: Cannot connect to the host “https://localhost:9980”.
Please ask your administrator to check the Collabora Online server setting. The exact error message was: cURL error 7: Failed to connect to localhost port 9980: Connection refused
I have read on Github at collabora that nextcloud user only set https://office.domain.tld in the required field from nextcloud admin backend. Not the port! (additional settings) Since I do this collabora works but can’t read, or open documents.
and download collabora and set it up.
look at the nextcloud howto.
the Ubuntu 16.04 LTS with the Kernel 18.104.22.168 doesn’t support the CONFIG_AUFS_XATTR=y flag I. you need a Kernel from Xenial-proposed (Ubuntu 16.04)you can use Ubuntu 14.04 but you must change the distro name in the following tutorial.