first: im sorry for my bad english
I’m running Nextcloud 10 on my Raspberry Pi (last debian jessie img) and i would get Collabora Online.
I’ve tried the official way from the nextcloud page with the docker image … but the Docker image is not arm compatible.
So, is there another way to bring CODE on my pi ?
Have someone did it ? And have the pi enough power for CODE?
Its a strange one not to support as Arm servers are making big moves into the data center.
I think the problem is that is a Amd64 bit container and also as well as the architecture change, Raspbian is 32bit.
Might even be more than just recompiling for Arm.
Its also a huge problem for Nextcloud as the next generation 64 Armbian market is going to explode, has already, (Raspbian will go 64bit soon also, prob offer both) .
So I guess there is a lot of SBC / box people wondering what this means and if so, maybe the documents App needs support.
Doesn’t seem to be from what people are saying, 11 was released on December 13, 2016, your article is from before.
Nextcloud 10 with the documents app runs, but the Collabora docker image is x86 and that is a square peg in a round Pi.
You can not run an x86 distro on a Arm soc, you might be able to run qemu in a docker container with collabora as its done on x86 systems running Arm containers. So I guess the reverse is possible, just the hit from emulation rather than native virtualisation.
Emulation is possible, but I haven’t bothered and it would be slower than you already have.