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The issue you are facing:
Your web server is not properly set up to resolve: webfinger, nodeinfo, caldav, carddav
Is this the first time you’ve seen this error? (Y/N): N
Steps to replicate it:
- This is a manual installation from scratch on Ubuntu server (no docker or snap used).
- I followed the directions for the example Ubuntu server install provided by Nextcloud.
- I’ve set up Nextcloud servers many times, but this always seems to be an issue.
- No reverse proxy is being used.
- Nextcloud is at /var/www/nextcloud and the url is https://here.domain.example
One immediate question I have, please excuse my ignorance, is the rewrite rules in .htaccess are like RewriteRule ^/.well-known/carddav /remote.php/dav [R=301,L]
But, I don’t have a /remote.php/dav folder, just the remote.php file in /var/www/nextcloud/
I know that sounds like an elementary question, but I’m not sure what’s going on with that.
Same question for: RewriteRule ^/.well-known/webfinger /index.php/.well-known/webfinger [R=301,L]
There isn’t a .well-known directory.
I’m hoping I just forgot to install a package or something. (No other WebDav/CalDav/etc. packages are installed on the system; only what comes with Nextcloud as I read that Nextcloud comes with its own of these.)
I’m going by this documentation which essentially says the .htaccess file shipped with Nextcloud should do it for me.