It requires to install a separate document server. At the moment there’s no complete guide to install Collabora on NethServer, but there is some information from people who tried:
I would like to use onlyoffice to be able to use “Collaborative Document Editing”, does anyone work on this feature ?
I have nextcloud and onlyoffice app on a testserver (NethServer 7 - 1708).
I think the last thing what I need is a Documentserver, I tried to use this HowTo:
Installing Document Server for Linux on CentOS and derivatives
The problem was nginx, any ideas how to solve this ?
I found this:
There was a similar discussion in Jan this year I saw. I would really like to have this feature.
I think this could be a real killerfeature for ns7.
So I tried to install it on a ns7-vm.
What I did so far: installed nethserver-nextcloud from softwarecenter, netsherver-docker from nethforge-testing (thanks @davidep) , enabled the service, docker is runing, pulled collabora and started the collabora container as discribed in the a…
I have upgraded the base php to v. 5.6.30, no problems found yet
But now on another test server i ran a fresh install of nethserver + nextcloud 12 from software-center
"Still i can not user Collabora , just can’t open the document, even when docker + collabora/code is running."
Installed nextcloud and upgraded to v 12, Seems to work fine…
Installed a subdomain with self signed SSL Certificate, Okay…
Installed Coloboration, (Itegrated office on nextcloud) looks great but stuck…
Installation of OnlyOffice, an alternative to Collabora, is documented in the
wiki, but currently there’s a technical limitation that hopefully will be fixed soon:
There are no license issues.
There are technical issues at the moment because a package needed by onlyoffice-documentserver is not available anymore. I didn’t find a way to get around this but I hope they’ll fix it and release a new package: