“Upload too large : The files you are trying to upload exceed the maximum size for file uploads on this server.”. After installing owncloud, this type of error can happen, depending on the type of files you uploaded,more or less voluminous they are.
Here’s how to solve the problem MAX_FILE_SIZE (really be on the safety of its server before changing its values) :
Regarding the ownCloud service, where confidential data maybe stored, the first thing to do is to secure the frond end seting up an SSL security and force HTTPS connection so that your passwords do not circulate in clear text on the WWW. It’s take less than 10 minutes and that prevent some data leak.
Here is the How To :
ownCloud supports the integration of some protocols such as FTP, Webdav, OpenStack Swift, shared storage as SMB and cloud offers as: Amazon S3, Google Drive and Dropbox. The integration of Dropbox is one of the most requested features, and this feature was introduced in version 4.5 of ownCloud. So now you can integrate into your private cloud sync with Dropbox, and thus share a set of files or folders. Which can be greatly useful to have a backup of some folders / files.
Here is how to integrate DropBox to Owncloud:
After the previous article Owncloud 4: Introduction, Installation & configuration on CentOS 6.2 , I will now teach you how to make work Owncloud & Active Directory together
Regarding all the comments found on the internet, most people think this operation is quite difficult. I’ll prove that is easier you think
Here is how to :