OS: Ubuntu 18.04.2
Apache version Apache/2.4.29 (Ubuntu)
PHP version 7.2.19-0ubuntu0.18.04.1
(I do not attach any logs because I don’t know how/where to find them.)
First, I sincerely apologize, I realize there are many posts that appear to relate to my topic, but I am such a novice, when I read through them I have ZERO idea of what they are talking about. I really need someone to hand hold me through this.
Nextcloud notified me there is a new version, 16.0.4. So, within the Nextcloud web interface, I clicked on the update message, but I got this incredibly bewildering message:
The following list covers which files have failed the integrity check. Please read
the previous linked documentation to learn more about the errors and how to fix
[core] => Array
[INVALID_HASH] => Array
[.user.ini] => Array
Despite reading the documentation and many posts in this forum, I still have no idea what this is trying to tell me.
What is “user.ini”?
Where do I find “user.ini”?
How did the “hash” of “user.ini” suddenly become “invalid”? Should I be concerned about that?
How do I make the hash of user.ini become valid again?
How do I ensure that this problem does not happen again?
This documentation at https://docs.nextcloud.com/server/16/admin_manual/issues/code_signing.html unhelpfully says this: “The solution is to upload the correct” user.ini file. Oooookay… I don’t happen to have a user.ini file lying around, where does a person find it? How do I know which one is the “correct” one? And once I find it, I “upload” it… To whom? To where? It doesn’t say which web site I am to upload it to.
I had originally thought that Nextcloud was a solution for the “average guy”, sadly I’m finding that is not the case. Oh well. As you can see, I’m in need of great help with this, I don’t understand 90+% of it.
Anyway, if someone could please help me with this, I would be very grateful.
(P.S.: It also “recommends” that I install something called “imagick”. But… What is it? Is that a wise suggestion? And… HOW do I install it?")