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Have you encountered the error from the image above when upgrading your Nextcloud instance? I did and it is a good thing that the fix is very easy. Basically, you just need to delete the “.step” file(s). Make sure the folder updater-<some-hex-characters> is owned by www-data (Debian) or apache (CentOS). You can locate this updater-<some-hex-characters> …

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TurnKey Linux’ upgrading Nextcloud container

I am not sure what kind of unknown issue I am going to encounter with the TKL Nextcloud, but so far I can upgrade the Nextcloud instance without any issues. Upgrading TKL Nextcloud or any Nextcloud instance is pretty straight forward. Navigate to Settings > Administration > Overview. Click on the Open updater button to …

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Migrating data from an old Nextcloud server to a new Nextcloud server

A short back story why I am posting this. I switched my Nextcloud instance from a Docker container to TKL Nextcloud LXC on Proxmox. The reason behind this switch was, I could not get the Linuxserver Nextcloud upgraded and if I spin up a new Docker container, I might encounter the same problem. The TKL …

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Proxmox SPICE console

What is SPICE? SPICE is designed for remoting into virtual machines and high bandwidth environment. SPICE is disabled by default in Proxmox VE. If the default NoVNC doesn’t do the job, SPICE is another way to console into the VM. To enable Proxmox SPICE, there are two things need to have. SPICE driver on the …

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