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No apps found for your version #14482
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Nextcloud version: (see Nextcloud admin page)
Updated from an older Nextcloud/ownCloud or fresh install:
Where did you install Nextcloud from:
official website, xx.tar.gz
List of activated apps:
Are you using external storage, if yes which one: local/smb/sftp/...
Are you using encryption: yes/no
Are you using an external user-backend, if yes which one: LDAP/ActiveDirectory/Webdav/...
LDAP configuration (delete this part if not used)
Web server error log
Web server error log
Nextcloud log (data/nextcloud.log)
You can download the two files in my screenshot above into your local storage. And then modify the endpointUrl in the two class, directly to your local file . Restart, it should works. You can try it out.
I used my private nexus server to transfer this two files, cached ten days. I didn‘t want to configure a global proxy. If you could only configure these two urls, it would be fine.
You can't install apps from the store without connectivity. Why adding more complexity here? Sure we could introduce some appstoreProxy. If you don't use the appstore than disable it (there is a option for it in config.php).
Please use this https://github.com/nextcloud/server/issues/new?labels=enhancement%2C+0.+Needs+triage&template=Feature_request.md to create a feature request and describe your case.
Closed this issue because it's not a bug.
followed this guide and apps show up
This is an issue with the timeout settings on connecting to the appstore as it is happening for me and others who have a server that is directly connected to the appstore but if the https://apps.nextcloud.com server is slow to respond, which other people are reporting it is, then nextcloud is timing out and people are having to hack the timeout.
I upgraded to the latest stable hoping that perhaps even just the timeout value had been increased so I didn't have to go digging for the GitHub post referred to, but it is still happening - which has brought me to here.
This doesn't seem to be the post with the workaround in it for updating the timeout value though....
Please reopen this issue so that nextcloud can cache the file or something for when your server is slow.