Recently new stable Debian version has been released. Below you will find simple guide for upgrade process. Be aware, that Debian no longer supports ownCloud. Manual ownCloud upgrade process requires, that you backup all of your data, calendars, contacts etc. before doing so. It’s highly probable that some of it may be lost, and you
Basically you can use almost all PrivCore services using only web browser. It’s the most easy way, but not necessary most convenient, since web based clients often lacks advanced functionality. Here you will find configuration tips for recommended stand alone clients. All clients listed below are available on the open-source license or have free version.
Because PrivCore is only a bunch of highly integrated components, it wouldn’t be a good idea to create here alternative documentation for those projects. Instead, you will find here relevant information about the configuration details which are non-standard, in relation to the default configuration. OpenSSL PrivCore creates its own self signed CA certificate and uses
As you probably read on our about page, key requirement is to have freshly installed Linux Debian 8 system (stable release). Be aware that your system should have set full DNS name, including domain name. You can check that with hostname command : # hostname -f privcore.local If your have installed system, access to root
In opensource world we already have all components needed to crate our private, Cloud based ecosystem, with all kinds of wonderful possibilities. But the real problem is, how to link it together and integrate it in that way, that it form a coherent whole? Fortunately for You, that part has already been done in PrivCore