The latest release of NextCloudPi is out!
This release brings the latest version of Nextcloud, enhanced documentation, a bunch of new NCP tools and as well as some performance improvements. In addition, we bring preliminary support for the new RockPro64 boards.
Last but not least, please download through bitorrent and share it for a while to help keep hosting costs down.
This minor version jump only brings a bunch of fixes and small improvements but nothing major as expected. We can find more details in the changelog.
Remember that it is recommended to upgrade through nc-update-nextcloud instead of the native Nextcloud installer, and that we have the option to let NextCloudPi automatically upgrade by activating nc-autoupdate-nc
The new documentation resides in docs.nextcloudpi.com, and is hosted in readthedocs.io, which has nice support for languages. We are now in the process of moving the last details there and then we will shut down the current Wiki. Still the documentation is open access and we encourage all users to contribute with corrections and new sections, or maybe help translating into your native language. If you are interested join us in the new channel t.me/NCP_Wiki_Team.
Featuring six cores and 4GiB of fast memory, Gigabit Ethernet,USB3 and more, the RockPro64 is the latest from Pine64 and makes an attractive new hardware option for NextCloudPi
This new app will restore our files to any previously taken BTRFS snapshot, with nc-snapshot or nc-snapshot-auto.
Just a simple tool to update all outdated apps to the most recent version that is compatible with our instance.
Of course, the above can be done automatically so we have one less thing we need to pay attention to.
Normally NextCloudPi takes care of adding you IP and domain to the trusted domains list, but in advanced setups it can be handy to be able to configure different ones.
As the name indicates, sometimes we want to enable maintenance mode in order to do some system maintenance