OnlyOffice server with no limits (2024)

This is an special built OnlyOffice server Debian package which increases the default 20 simultaneous connections maximum limit to 99999 connections.
It also enables Mobile Edit.

Changelog 2024-05-10: Enable Mobile Edit.

Three warnings that you need to know:

  • This is not an official OnlyOffice build. (You can always build it on your own if you want to.)
  • This is meant to be used in conjunction with traditional Nextcloud OnlyOffice app . This is not the same thing as the Community Document Server App which works embedded into Nextcloud.
  • This is the first time when we enable Mobile Edit.

FAQ

  • FAQ1:
  • FAQ2:
    • Q: Do you have a version for Debian but older than Debian 11?
    • Q: Do you have a version for Debian but newer than Debian 11?
    • Q: Do you have a version for Ubuntu?
    • A (Short): Use the provided Debian 11 package. It should work on your Debian/Ubuntu distribution.
    • A (Long): Despite the release label (Debian 11) this package is equivalent to whatever package is provided by OnlyOffice themselves in their deb repo. If you check their own documentation Installing ONLYOFFICE Docs Community Edition for Debian, Ubuntu, and derivatives you will see how the only requirement (as of 2024) is: 64-bit Debian, Ubuntu or other compatible distribution with kernel version 3.13 or later. In other words, once you choose your Ubuntu or Debian distro and manage to work the official 20 users limited deb from OnlyOffice you should be able to use our package as described in our post without too much hassle.
  • FAQ3:
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Nice! Any docker version? Thank you

For a similar version but built for Docker I recommend you to check @thomisus posts on OnlyOffice compiled with Mobile Edit Back thread.

I checked it out and seems old not updated but thank you.

well,any centOS or ubuntu version?i dose need mobile H5 support it
thank you~

About an Ubuntu version:

Despite the release label (Debian 11) this package is equivalent to whatever package is provided by OnlyOffice themselves in their deb repo. If you check their own documentation Installing ONLYOFFICE Docs Community Edition for Debian, Ubuntu, and derivatives you will see how the only requirement (as of 2024) is: 64-bit Debian, Ubuntu or other compatible distribution with kernel version 3.13 or later. In other words, once you choose your Ubuntu or Debian distro and manage to work the official 20 users limited deb from OnlyOffice you should be able to use our package as described in our post without too much hassle.

Thank you for question. I add this answer to the original post as a FAQ.

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About a CentOS version:

We don’t have a version for CentOS but you are welcome to share with us in the unlimited-onlyoffice-package-builder repo a recent (less than 4 months old) and working recipe for building rpm package based on document-server-package and build_tools so that we can integrate into our Github Actions and automate its build each time we release a deb package.

Thank you for question. I add this answer to the original post as a FAQ.

I don’t mind the 20 user limit, I care more about the mobile H5 editor
Thank you for your help

Mobile Edit is enabled on our version which you can probably use on Ubuntu systems as I have described above.

If you think I can improve the explanation from FAQ I accept suggestions.

thank your help
i can experience it

It’s not old… it’s version 8.0.1