Install NextCloud Server by Manual Method On Ubuntu 16.04 | 18.04 With Apache2, MariaDB And PHP 7.3 — iswblog

Nextcloud is a fork of ownCloud used for file-sharing servers to store your personal data like documents and pictures in a centralized location, like Dropbox or Google Drive. Nextcloud is fully open-source software. Your data privacy and security are much better when you use a self-hosted server instead of using Third-party cloud services like Google Drive or Dropbox. Nextcloud is GDPR and HIPAA compliant, it gives you encrypted data with the ability to audit.

In this tutorial, we will install and configure Latest Nextcloud 17.0.2 on an Ubuntu 18.04 LTS server. As always we will do it one by one in Simple Steps.

Step 1: Install Apache Web Server

Step 2: Install PHP7.3 and it’s Additional Modules

Step 3: Install and Configure MariaDB Server

Step 4: Download and Install the Latest stable version of Nextcloud 17.0.2

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