ownCloud has developed a PHP file that you upload to your browser, and that takes care of everything for you. It also tells you what you need to install to continue the automated setup, i.e. missing dependencies.
Click here to save the file to your computer
Upload setup-owncloud.php to your web space
The easiest way is you use an FTP client or Webmin. Upload the file to your /www directory, it could also be /html depending on your configuration.
Point your web browser to setup-owncloud.php on your webspace
If your internal IP is 192.168.1.100 then you should write
Follow the instructions and configure ownCloud
Login to your newly created ownCloud instance!
SECURE YOUR OWNCLOUD
Download this script to set proper permissions to your ownCloud folder.
(Change “ocpath” and “htuser” user so that it fits your system, in Ubuntu 14.04 the path is
Though our recommendation is to always install the ownCloud core in
Run the script
:~$ sudo -i
:~$ nano /path-to-script/setup_secure_permissions_owncloud.sh
Here you set “htuser” and “ocpath” and check if the script is set up properly.
Save and exit the file with [CTRL+X] answer [y] and then [ENTER]
:~$ bash /path-to-script/setup_secure_permissions_owncloud.sh