Nextcloud 13 Brings Improved UI, Video and Text Chat, End-to-end Encryption, Improved performance and more

Where do I find the source code for the Enterprise offering?

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I am still waiting to allow my users to use Nextcloud until I have several tech’s who can support me. Here is one I found. While he is paid support he seems quite nice and fair priced.
Daniel Hansson
daniel@techandme.se
teachandme.se

Good Luck and if you find any others feel free to email me at sales@skybridge.net

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What else should I do to get End-to-end Encryption?

Hello,

Does someone tried to upgrade directly from version 11 to 13 ?
I understand it’s certainly not supported, but who knows, it can work…

usually you see the version from whom which you can upgrade in the version.php file, but anyway it is better to follow not skip major releases, if you track the repo with git you can checkout progressively the tags and do occ upgrade.

Probably best if you upgrade to 12 first then 13. Less headache. My 2 cents.

Mit freundlichen Grüßen!

Really? Its by far time that upgrades work jumping several versions. ownCloud is doing this now from 8.2 to 10.0 and 9.1 to 10.0 … why would Nextcloud not be able to deliver that?
I guess I never realized as I am updating them each time with the first .1 release so I’ll wait for 13.1 anyway …

It’s not worth trying, you spend much more time verifying and fixing than you save by the upgrade.

It was planned in the beginning of NC, there haven’t been many news about this since then. At this point, I’d prefer to have a bit more stability during normal upgrades before they start to work on skipping upgrades.

I only installed Nexcloud 2 days ago, and now I wanted to update. (my hosting provider didn’t have version 13)

In the Check for expected files it complaied and stopped the update with this error:

The following extra files have been found:

    nextcloud.log
    .ocdata
    updater.log
    appdata_oc93co6vaa1q
    tanghus
    .htaccess_bak
    files_external
    updater-oc93co6vaa1q

These are all files/directories Nextcloud itself has installed, so it seems rather … weird. Furthemore if I deleted tanghus I would loose all my files.

What to do now?

Does chatmessages via talk work federated trough different nextcloud-servers if you have enabled that?

Thank you so much all the crew who contrituted to this release, it’s amazing. I updated from 12.0.3 and now web interface is too much faster. Thanks!!
No problem with my upgrade, only when was creating backup I get a error I retried and everything OK.

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Is there any information on when a pre-release client with E2E for the Mac will be available?

Not yet.

We’re hoping to make new builds this week, I’ll ask for Mac to be included!

That’s 100x weird… Are the files not in their usual place (eg data directory etc)? Some I don’t recognize, like the updater and appdata files - are those from an unfinished upgrade? Anything special in the log? Eg tanghus, where is that, it should be in the data subdirectory, correct?

Yeah, right now, we finally have upgrades work really reliable. If we do ‘skipping releases’ it will probably be by automatically going through the intermediate releases. That is the safest and most reliable way.

That’s 100x weird… Are the files not in their usual place (eg data directory etc)? Some I don’t recognize, like the updater and appdata files - are those from an unfinished upgrade? Anything special in the log? Eg tanghus, where is that, it should be in the data subdirectory, correct?

It was my bad.I didn’t read the docs and closed the issue.

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Ahh… great! I can’t wait to give it a spin!

Sorry to ruin your mood - I just heard our build-mac-mini isn’t working and the dev who has to get it working again is sick. So we will likely not manage a build of the Mac client for this round, unless the antibiotics work quickly :smiley:

Hmm… maybe, I should look into setting up my own build environment then. Could I get the E2E-enabled client sources from Github?

Yeap, of course. In principle, building this should work: https://github.com/nextcloud/client/pull/87

I will kick tomaz to make sure he has pushed everything :wink: