when trying to install the password-manager passman app to my nextcloud i wanted to create a webcron to my nextcloud (does not run with AJAX). Therefore i tried to enter a trusted domain to my config.php because there was a error when trying to access the cron on ‘mydomain.de/mycloud/cron.php’ when the installation is on ‘mycloud.mydomain.de’.
I have a nextcloud installation on a Webspace at manitu.de.
I tried to edit the config.php then by ftp. But the ftp client wasn’t able to overwrite the config.php. Finaly i deleted the old one and tried it again. (Of course i backed up the old one before).
Nextcloud generated a new config.php by it self and the “new installation” dialog appeared when i went to the homepage.
I found out, that i can edit the config.php when setting the “file-owner” to ftp-siteadmin-user with my ftp account in the webspace (threw the manitu.de webspace admin web-UI). But just after reset that “file-owner” to “webservice-user” nextcloud once again overwrites the config.php.
Sure it is obvious what is the mistake i do. But i’m unfortunately not an expert on that and don’t know how to solve that problem.
Thanks for help.