As you can see the file is shared from my Seagate Personal Cloud running this rbw file, so you can help me test it
This rbw file includes updates to the wheezy-lamp-1.2 base.
It includes a new build of php 7.1.18, httpd-2.4.33 (plus apr-1.6.3, apr-util-1.6.1 and pcre-8.42 ). The later may or may not have been needed to build httpd and php7.
So due to (2) you are not using the original web server, which required some changes to the setup files for apache2, which I have not really tested!!!
There is a issue with the size of the rbw file which prevents installation if it is too big. This may just be some choice I made when I set up up personal cloud hardware. To meet this restriction I deleted some of the apache2 documentation files. I tried to keep the nextcloud documentation files however.
Again no guarantee or warranty here. I did it for my own use and had to re-remember how to do this.
If you have corrections or suggestions feel free to send them to me or just post here. However no promise that I will have time to follow up on either.
I use mysql/mariadb so I haven’t tried the other database options.
Not that I know of, at least provided by Seagate. My hardware is 2016 and while they ( Seagate ) have updated the firmware a few times it is still running an old software core on old hardware
$ uname -a
Linux absbox 3.10.72-svn18863 #1 Wed Mar 21 13:48:30 UTC 2018 armv7l GNU/Linux
Jessie enters the LTS support cycle today. Not a great starting base either. In the case of Debian Wheezy I wouldn’t recommend to run anything based on an unsupported and deprecated OS running on the internet (except one pays extra money for ELTS support which surely isn’t cheap either and still just a transitional offer).
It is sad to see NAS manufacturers leaving behind unsupported junk which isn’t even that old actually. Kernel 3.10 isn’t supported since Nov 2017.
I would like to give try your rbw for nextcloud on my Seagate Personal Cloud but the link that you have included here appears to be dead. Is there anyway you can include a new link if it is still available?
I need to install on my Personalcloud Linux PersonalCloud 3.10.72-svn18863 #1 Thu Jan 17 08:16:55 UTC 2019 armv7l GNU/Linux an Apache and a MySql and MariaDb. I can go by SSH but when I do sudo apt install apache2 or sudo apt-get install apache2 say that apt o apt-get is not a comand? Any help please?