I am a newbie to Linux, in general. But I’ve been searching, and have gotten pretty far with what I’m trying to do.
I am trying to install OwnCloud and access it from the internet.
For whatever reasons, I had no luck with Ubuntu, and in my searching, found NethServer. I was able to install it on a PC, add Gnome Desktop, and then, via command line, install OwnCloud.
I edited the config.php to access from my home network, and then portforwarded to get external access.
(I am writing all these details, to share the effort I’ve made and to show that the current issue is specific to my NethServer install)
The TL:DR question -
When I enter the IP address I get the “Congratulations, your NethServer installation is up and running!”, but no access to the server manager, and no idea what’s causing this, but not too big a concern.
If I enter that same address xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/owncloud/index.php I get my sign in screen.
With no access to the server-manager, is there a simple way for me to adjust a file so accessing that IP address (i.e. the 4 ‘digit’ address, with no need for /anything) will send me right to the OwnCloud section? I cannot figure out where the Nethserver file to do this is located.