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  1. How are you paying $50 a year? I see $100 if paid annually.
  2. Has there been any progress on getting this to work? I was going to try it since I could self-host, but I wouldn't be willing to do a VM just for it.
  3. If that Docker is setup to only run on HTTP, the scheme needs to be HTTP. You can still force SSL in the SSL tab, but the scheme must be whatever the Docker is setup to use. Also, I would recommend blocking out your domain. Nobody needs to know that to help anyways.
  4. You're welcome. Make sure this area of your config.php looks like this. 'trusted_domains' => array ( 0 => 'unRAIDIP:NextcloudPort', 1 => 'nextcloud.server.com', ), 'trusted_proxies' => array('unRAIDIP'), 'forwarded_for_headers' => array('HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR'), 'dbtype' => 'mysql', 'version' => '18.0.0.10', 'overwrite.cli.url' => 'https://nextcloud.server.com', 'overwritehost' => 'nextcloud.server.com', 'overwriteprotocol' => 'https',
  5. I'm not in a position to do anything other than say check my post about 10 back with how to fix this. Have to add line in "default" to file.
  6. Interesting. I never knew anyone included "php7" in the command and it worked for me without it.
  7. Thanks, that did work. Odd thing though is that when I did so, it removed the ovewritehost from the file entirely and moved the overwrite.cli.url all the way to the bottom, but kept it. So it seems the overwritehost was the only one needing commenting or removal, as it was removed upon reboot and the other one was kept, but moved to bottom of file.
  8. I had issues with the same was able to eventually figure it out. You need to console into the Nextcloud docker and run the below command, changing the end of it which perhaps you already did to get the BigINT conversion done. So "db:add-missing-indices" after the "occ" instead of what I have here. For the HSTS, add the line "add_header Strict-Transport-Security "max-age=15768000; includeSubDomains; preload;";" in the "default" file in the "\nextcloud\nginx\site-confs" folder. I put it above the line that has "SAMEORIGIN" in it, not all that far from the top of the file.
  9. I thought updating apps through their built-in updater was a no-no on Docker apps, that you're only supposed to update them via Docker. Is it different for Nextcloud?
  10. With my new install on this app on an i7 caliber machine, NVMe drive, is about 800Mbps down/250-300Mbps up on larger sized file a good speed? I was using web interface to test. For my usage, which would probably be mostly smaller files, super fast speeds is not a requirement, but I wanted to ensure I wasn't missing out on what I should be getting. I haven't tweaked any performance settings and this is on a reverse proxy.
  11. Is this the redirect line and how it would look if I commented it? /**'overwrite.cli.url' => 'https://nextcloud.server.com', *\/
  12. Not that it's a problem, but after changing config.php file to work with my reverse proxy, I can no longer access Nextcloud via the local IP address:port. It redirects me to the reverse proxy address, which works fine, but I have no other app that does this and if I had situation where that was the only way I could access it or just needed to that way for some reason, I would prefer to be able to, like I can for other apps. Why does this happen?
  13. So far, my new install works with reverse proxy. I was confused seeing different little ways people were setting it up, but I used this video from SpaceInvaderOne as guide for editing only the config.php file. It worked straight away after that.
  14. Okay, thanks. Does this mean the redirect will only work on the non-SSL port? I would've figured the cert issue wouldn't have been an issue if it redirected to where I told it to go.