I’ve done a manual installation of nextcloud 10.0.0 and my script/ansible playbook deletes the core/skeleton/Documents and core/skeleton/Photos folders, this is by design because I don’t want these to be created with each new user. Logically I now get the Integrity check errors and it says:
Is there a way I can get it to ignore the fact that these files don’t exist?
Can’t you simply change the skeleton source in config.php (and not delete the files)?
Yeah that is the recommanded way:
Well I guess that’s obvious now you say it !! Thank you
i think there is an option for additional files and entry’s in files needed anyway.
for example if i have no other choice to configure things on webspace.
hi there, i have an additional question. The .htaccess from NC 10.0 does't contain such a line. the only possibility for me to enable HSTS is with a line in .htaccess Also I have to place a new file in the root dir .php.ini with the same content as .user.ini There ist nothing that i can do around, that's preset by my provider. Is there a way to add this changes in an legal way to not run into this code-signing problems? Maybe an app which can add / modify the hashes? danke / thanks M…