OnlyOffice compiled with Mobile Edit Back

Unfortunately no. I compiled on 14.04 as recommended, but I got another problem. And I don’t know how to remove it.
But the limit on 20 connections remained.

Shit :confused:

For limitations, some moths ago, it was juste a variable that you had to change before compile it.

That is, you managed to copy the latest version correctly, and without a limit?
Can you help me with my mistake?
Thank you

Nope I never succeed to compile it sorry, I would not be useful…

That is, at the moment, there is no possibility at all to make an option without restrictions?

That is, at the moment, there is no possibility at all to make an option without restrictions?

I have just created a topic in the Features & apps subforum that links to a howto where you can find detailed instructions on how to build OnlyOffice 7.0.0 (thus last version) from scratch in a Debian 11 (or similar) VPS to be able to get a Debian package as a result.

OnlyOffice server with no limits (2022)

Hopefully it’s useful for all of you.


Thank you very much. I’ll try to follow your manual.

Hi !
to turn back mobile editing on web you just have to do this :
For onlyoffice document server 7.0

search for this :


and replace it with:

isSupportEditFeature=function(){return 1}

inside these 3 files ( replace the path of document server by yours)

sudo nano /var/www/onlyoffice/documentserver/web-apps/apps/spreadsheeteditor/mobile/dist/js/app.js

sudo nano /var/www/onlyoffice/documentserver/web-apps/apps/documenteditor/mobile/dist/js/app.js

sudo nano /var/www/onlyoffice/documentserver/web-apps/apps/presentationeditor/mobile/dist/js/app.js

restart your nginx and sometimes you have to clear the cache and cookies of your web browser


basic editing is enabled :smiling_face:

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Could you create a version 7 docker container please?

I have not created a docker container for version 7, however if the information posted above in regards to mobile editing (post by @Mageunic), you could build the container from existing image using docker build by making a dockerfile whereby you could copy the 3 files into the image during the build. I think that would be actually easy to accomplish. I’m not saying it would give you mobile editing back, however it would be a start.

works like a charm, thank you!

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…except the fact that editing features are missing.

Hi @NC100, have you tried my method?

Hi @Mageunic yes it works. Editing menu/features are gone but it is possible to write, delete and save. This is okay :slight_smile:

@NC100 , yes I saw this too … I’m trying to find a solution but nothing for the moment


A current patched docker container would be amazing, if someone would be able to through one together.

Add the following entry point to docker-compose file.

entrypoint: bash -c "sed -i 's/isSupportEditFeature=function(){return!1}/isSupportEditFeature=function(){return 1}/g'  /var/www/onlyoffice/documentserver/web-apps/apps/*/mobile/dist/js/app.js;/app/ds/;"


Would you be able to give a format compatible with using --entrypoint please? I’m using unRaid, and thus need to pass on something useable with the docker run command. I’ve been try to do it myself with no luck.

you can also manually edit after creating container like described in answer marked as solved:

just go into container: docker exec -it NAME bash
open those files mentioned there (without sudo for me)
then press “ctrl + backslash” to replace that one entry per file