Hi. I got a Nextcloud Box because I love the concept, and the skill level required to install seemed to match my sub-script kiddie skill set and my high-level paranoia. Got the Raspberry Pi, got the box, put em together, patched it with an ethernet cable into the router, started it up, light went on ----
And can’t connect from my OSX computer. Or my Android phone. On any browser. (Yes, I tried all the usual suspects plus some weirdos). Haven’t tried any other device, because… I don’t have anything else. Every time I try nextcloud.local, from either device, on any browser, I get timed out.
Someone suggested turning on Bonjour on the OSX. Okay, in system preferences, went to sharing, turned on File Sharing, and rebooted. Still no soap. Should I have turned on Internet sharing? Something else? Do I need to change something on the router? Is it a problem I’m running DNSCrypt and also SurfEasy VPN? Does it matter that the Nextcloud Box is ethernet cabled in and my desktop and Android are wireless’d in? Does it matter that there is a wireless password?
Is there a dummy-level Nextcloud Box (with OSX [Yosemite] as main nearby computer) troubleshooting setup guide?
Does anything wrong in what I’m doing stand out to all you real hackers out there?
Perhaps. Still, I didn’t see it. Also, the Nextcloud box set up graphic doesn’t include anything on it referencing the microsd card. So, if I did throw it out, likely that was after looking at that graphic and following instructions - making the instructions non-noob proof.