ownCloud VM with PHP 7 - Tech and Me


Thank you for downloading the pre-configured ownCloud VM! If you see this page, you have successfully mounted the ownCloud VM on the computer that will act as host for ownCloud.

To complete the installation, please run the setup script. You can find login details in the middle of this page.

Don't hesitate to ask if you have any questions. My email is: daniel@techandme.se You can also check the complete install instructions.

Please donate if you like it. All the donations will go to server costs and developing, making this VM even better.

Login to ownCloud

Default User:

ocadmin

Default Password:

owncloud

Note: The setup script will ask you to change the default password to your own. It's also recomended to change the default user. Do this by adding another admin user, log out from ocadmin, and login with your new user, then delete ocadmin.


How to mount the VM and and login:

Before you can use ownCloud you have to run the setup script to complete the installation. This is easily done by just typing 'owncloud' when you log in to the terminal for the first time.

The full path to the setup script is: /var/scripts/owncloud-startup-script.sh. When the script is finnished it will be deleted, as it's only used the first time you boot the machine.

Access ownCloud

Use one of the following addresses, HTTPS is preffered:

Note: Please accept the warning in the browser if you connect via HTTPS. It is recomended
to buy your own certificate and replace the self-signed certificate to your own.

Note: Before you can login you have to run the setup script, as descirbed in the video above.

Access Webmin

Use one of the following addresses, HTTPS is preffered:

Note: Please accept the warning in the browser if you connect via HTTPS.

Login details

Note: Webmin is installed when you run the setup script. To access Webmin externally you have to open port 10000 in your router.

Access phpMyadmin

Use the following address:

Login details

Note: Your external and internal IP are set as approved in /etc/apache2/conf-available/phpmyadmin.conf, all other access is forbidden.