After installing NextcloudPi on a Raspberry, then a Rock64, I decided after reading this article, to switch to a more traditional server (an amd64 PC) for stability (power supply, SATA ports), and performance reasons (Collabora Online, etc.). For your information, I had many times to re-install NCP on the Rock64 due to power failure for example.
I could have installed Nextcloud classic on a Debian, but I find NextcloudPi much more ergonomic and promising.
My project is to install Debian as a server version, then NextcloudPi afterwards. There is a great script that installs NCP in a single line of code:
# curl -sSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/nextcloud/nextcloudpi/master/install.sh | bash
Unfortunately, I have read a lot here and there that the “bash” is very controversial in terms of security in relation to the risk of a Man In The Middle attack.
So, is there a variant of this line of code that would remove the “| bash” part while avoiding installing several programs in stages like Docker and other related installations?
Thank you for your help.