ownCloud in a box
ownCloud in a box packages ownCloud as an appliance, so you can easily run it in a virtual environment, as a live system or install it on a disk.
Run the appliance, go to http://[yourservername], and follow the instructions there.
Also remember to change the root password of the system after the appliance has booted.
One note about the versioning of the appliance: The major version of the appliance follows the major version of ownCloud. The minor versions are not directly related. See the release notes for what exact minor version is included in the appliance.
Downloads are no longer available for this appliance, as it is based on an OS version that we no longer support.
You can clone the appliance, then upgrade and build with a current OS version.
Updated to ownCloud 4.0.2 and added VHD images for HyperV.
Changelog from http://owncloud.org/owncloud-4-0-2-release/:
Posted on June 11, 2012 by Frank
Today we release another important update for ownCloud 4. The new release contains lots of bugfixes and important security updates. It is recommended that all ownCloud 4.x users upgrade. For full production use we continue to recommend ownCloud 3.x or ownCloud 2012 – while we chase additional items brought up by users
Lot´s of gallery fixes
More 3rd party apps visible
Fixed update notifications
Several calendar fixes
Several XSS fixes in calendar
Several improvements in contacts
Fix infinite redirect during setup for windows hosts
Several XSS fixes in contacts
New user password salting
Several LDAP fixes
Fix doublicate emails in sharing
Improved compatibility with Android browser
Fixed calendar links
Allow “/” in filenames
Fixed reverse proxy and custom hosts configuration
Fix contact photo editing
Don’´t allow renaming, deleting and resharing of shared folder
The ownCloud Team
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4 new dependencies
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