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NOTICE

This code is outdated. Since 10.0.1 we build appliances with Univention https://www.univention.de/produkte/univention-app-center/app-katalog/owncloud/

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Scripts to build an ownCloud community production VM

On a Linux and a Mac OSX System: Make sure you have Virtualbox and vagrant installed. Please note that currently 8/18/2015 on Mac OSX 10.10.4 or 10.10.5 System the only virtualbox build that seems to work is Virtualbox 4.3.26 you can find it here: https://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Download_Old_Builds_4_3

You can find VMware Player here: https://my.vmware.com/web/vmware/free#desktop_end_user_computing/vmware_workstation_player/12_0

Download or clone vm github repository then:

cd vagrant
sh run.sh                    # default DEBUG versions, optimized build time (ca 10 Min, no zip)
DEBUG=false sh run.sh        # production version, optimized compression (ca 20 Min build time)
ls -l oc9ce/*owncloud-9*

After the build of the appliance you will find it in /path/to/the/cloned/github/vm/vagrant/oc9ce/img

VirtualBox

->unzip xubuntu.....vdmk.zip
 -> Double click on the .ovf file
  -> Import
Then open VirtualBox
 -> Network
  -> Bridged Network

VMware

-> Double click on the .vmx file
VMware
 -> Network Adapter
  -> Bridged Network

A plain Ubuntu console appears, showing you the IP-Address and initial credentials.

  • Follow the instructions on screen, or
  • direct your web browser to the IP-Address. There is also basic web-page there with instructions.

On a Windows system make sure you have VirtualBox and vagrant installed.: Open Virtualbox

Download or clone vm github repository then:

#in the vm folder
cd vagrant
vagrant up

It does not work to build the appliance with Windows 10 and VirtualBox, but there is no problem with running it on Windows 10 and VMware

The VM runs now in VirtualBox or VMware Go to Network settings and change from NAT to Bridged. Reboot. Have Fun

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