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Tutorial Create Your Personal Cloud Storage With Ubuntu

Discussion in 'Linux Distributions' started by Party Poison, Mar 26, 2016.

  1. Party Poison

    Party Poison Addict Established

    credits to MÊK na gumawa ng tutorial..
    napulot ko lang to sa tabi tabi :rolleyes: so if you have any question about this post hindi ko kayo masasagot :p


    Ever Wished To Have Own Cloud Storage Server ?? Then Today You Can Create Your Cloud Storage Server With No Storage Limits Like Dropbox Or Any Other Services.

    We will Use OwnCloud To Create Our Personal Cloud Server.

    Requirements :
    • Ubuntu Server ( Please or Register to view links)
    • PC with Good HDD Space (If You Want To Build Cloud With Large Capacity)
    • Good Internet Connection (You Can Also Make It Publicly Accessible)
    If You Didn't Install Ubuntu Then Install It First Then Follow Below Steps.

    Step - 1:
    Log In To ROOT Account.

    Step - 2:
    Type Following Command.

    sh -c "echo 'deb Please or Register to view links /' >> /etc/apt/sources.list.d/owncloud.list"

    Step - 3:
    Then Following Command.

    wget -nv Please or Register to view links -O Release.key

    This Will Get Repository Key For OwnCloud.

    Step - 4: Now Add Downloaded Repository Key By Executing Following Command.

    apt-key add - < Release.key

    Step - 5:
    Now Update Server To Refresh Added Repository.

    apt-get update

    Step - 6:
    Now We Are Ready To Install OwnCloud By Executing Following Command.

    apt-get install owncloud

    Step - 7:
    It Will Ask To Enter Password Of MySQL Root Account.
    - Type Confirm Password.

    - After Completing Installation, You Need To Go To Web browser of Network PC.

    Step - 8:

    Now Enter URL in following manner.
    Please or Register to view links

    It Will Show Window Like Below.
    - Enter Username And Password For Admin Account.

    Step -9:

    - Now Select 'Storage& Database'.
    - Then Select MySQL/MariaDB Tab.
    - Enter username root and it's password. Then give database name.
    - Click On Finish Setup.

    Done!! You have Successfully Created Cloud Storage Server.

    - Following Window Shows That How You Can Access Your Cloud Server.

    Now You Are Ready To Use Your Cloud Storage Server.

    You Can Enable Port Forwarding To Use Your Server Publicly.
    mylabs26 likes this.
  2. Technically, you described how to use "owncloud" not so much ubuntu, but good effort nonetheless (may edit the thread title?)
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