Ubuntu – Owncloud on ubuntu

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i have installed owncloud on ubuntu but i can find it on the menu dash, i even try to run own terminal by typing owncloud, but nothing start

i also have an ubuntu 1 account but i also would like to use owncloud

can i use owncloud on ubuntu?

our do i have to be with kde to use owncloud?

or do i have to install another package?
i have install owncloud from synaptic

i am using ubuntu 12.04 beta

Best Answer

  • OwnCloud is a web service that provides hosted services including CalDAV (calendar), WebDAV (Files), and CardDAV (address book) services.

    Because OwnCloud provides the services which are consumed by the client PC, it is generally installed on a server, although some do run OwnCloud locally.

    Since you installed OwnCloud on your PC, you automatically also installed (due to OwnCloud dependencies) the Apache server, which is probably already running on your computer.

    If you decide that you want to keep OwnCloud running on your local pc, you should be able to access it through your browser at this url: http://localhost/owncloud

    Files of interest if you decide to keep and configure the software:

    /etc/apache2/conf.d/owncloud.conf
    /var/lib/owncloud/config/config.sample.php
    

    Sources:

    apt-file list owncloud
    

    http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~ubuntu-branches/ubuntu/oneiric/owncloud/oneiric/view/head:/debian/owncloud.install

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