Nextcloud Box OS images


#1

Here are the images we can share with the public and that you can flash on a Nextcloud Box.

Pi2

Image-20161018
MD5
SHA256

Pi3

Images have been delayed until January

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#2

#3

Should we add them to https://nextcloud.com/install/#instructions-server and/or https://nextcloud.com/box/ :thinking: @jospoortvliet


#4

If it helps, this is what I’ve provided with my backup image:


Details on how to restore the dd *.bin file:


NOTE

This image backup will format the attached PiDrive to a fresh install of Nextcloud. To maintain the version previously installed prior to the sdcard failing, follow the instructions on the below link, changing the target drive back to /dev/sda2

Username and password are the default:

u: ubuntu
p: ubuntu

Change this as soon as is convenient:

$ sudo adduser yournewusername
$ sudo adduser yournewusername sudo
(the second line gives the user account sudo privileges)

Log out and in with the new user

$ sudo passwd -l ubuntu

This will disable the default ubuntu user and all further logins would need to be done with the newly created user.



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#5

yeah would be good to provide links and info on the wiki, nextcloud.com/box isn’t very technical so I don’t think it fits there.


#6

Can i also suggest instructions on using Etcher.io app to write the img image to SD card as well… a bit more user friendly esp for novices/less linuxy folks

-J


#7

If you’re familiar with it, feel free to put something together and it may end up there :slight_smile:


#8

It definitely will be added to the FAQ. I just haven’t found the time to write a decent guide.


#9

I’ve posted a guide for Windows:

Feel free to add instructions for Linux and OSX.


#10

For OSX you can use the app “Pi Filler 1.3” [for OS X 10.5 Leopard through 10.10 Yosemite]

download it at this website.
http://ivanx.com/raspberrypi/

Works very easy.

Open the app, select the image file.
Insert SD and wait till it says its ready.