I run NextcloutPi on a raspberry pi 4B 8GB with the 64bit image.
I have installed Netxcloud Office and Collabora Online – Built-in CODE Server 64bit
After that I went back in nextcloud and created a document. Tried to open it to test the Nextcloud Office and than the issues started
Since the installation, I am unable to load the netxcloud interface.
After waiting long time, I eventually get the following message (when using the internal IP addres 192.168…:
The gateway did not receive a timely response from the upstream server or application.
When trying to access it from outside with the domain name, I get the following error:
Internal Server Error
The server encountered an internal error and was unable to complete your request.
Please contact the server administrator if this error reappears multiple times, please include the technical details below in your report.
More details can be found in the server log.
However, the NCP panel is responsive. (or so it seems so far)
Is there a way to manually uninstall nextcloud Office and Collabora Online – Built-in CODE Server?
after rebooting the server several time, finally Nextcloud is back.
However, I still dont have any sort of office feature.
I create a new document… the file appear in the folder but I dont have any Office interface to edit the document.
only differece is that collabora app is not there. After researching, it seems replaced by Nextcloud office.
I am not sure what to look in the logs.
I started to see a number of warnings but this is a Error:
[core] Error: OC_Image::fixOrientation(): No image loaded
from 192.168.x.x by <username> at 2022-03-18T12:24:43+00:00
Keep in mind that Collabora is extremely resource intensive and will never perform well on a current generation Raspberry Pi with even just a few users. Also, the Nextcloud CODE version has some performance issues and limitations which are not present in the full release. For these reasons I do not bother with it.
Also, if you are running all of this off a microsd card… those are stupid slow. Only so many megabytes per second. An SSD drive, attached over USB 3 will mean the USB 3 connection is the slow part, but at least it can move a few hundreds megabytes per second. Factor in your network speeds from your router and ISP as well.
If you want real speed you’ll want to get a more powerful x86 machine with higher ram and resources for Collabora. Or, install the full Collabora office suite on a VPS. Just want to be real with you on where to set expectations.
I am getting to same conclusion…
I am running the nextcloudPi from USB thumb 3.0
I found a possible solution: ```
./occ config:system:set allow_local_remote_servers --value true --type bool
but I am not sure if there are any safety concerns… I dont know the commands well enough and allow local remote servers kinda worries me…
I foud this:
seems helping but some of the folder do not contain same files and also get me crazy
You mean running libreoffice in my Linux distro on my desktop and use Nextcloud as a sharing document place?
If so, yes, that is what I do. I was hoping for a sort of google like editing document so that I can use it from anywhere in the planet!
But I guess here is when a better hardware comes in play