Hi there and happy new year !
on my pc I used to sync via owncloud and would like to migrate to nextcloud.
on the 64-bits-pc, the appimage exists.
but for my samsung nc10-32 bits, on which I installed the debian-9, I don’t know howto install it.
if using the (ubuntu) ppa, I don’t know what ubuntu version to choose.
the use/install of a ppa on debian is described on the wiki.debian.org, CreatePackageFromPPA.)
here the debian/ubuntu correspondance :
[https://askubuntu.com/questions/445487/ … -on#445496]
17.10 artful stretch / sid
17.04 zesty stretch / sid
16.10 yakkety stretch / sid
16.04 xenial stretch / sid
"in particular Ubuntu is often ahead of Debian on core packages like libc6. Trying to install a package built on Ubuntu on a contemporary version of Debian is likely to end up with version errors on libc6."
the version of the libc6 for debian 9 (stretch): stretch: Package: libc6 (2.24-11+deb9u1)
we can find: zesty (libs): GNU C Library: Shared libraries 2.24-9ubuntu2.2 [security]: amd64 i386
1/ do you think that this kind of install could corrupt the debian system ?
2/ if not, what libc6 to use ?
thanks in advance