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[05:34:28] <irc> <jpp__>
[05:34:43] <irc> <jpp__> Ne fonctionne plus chez moi
[05:35:00] <irc> <tituspijean[m]> Idem ici
[05:38:55] <rdelaage> Pareil chez moi
[05:50:53] <irc> <jpp__> ok
[10:55:49] <irc> <> Anybody used Collabora office with nextcloud in YunoHost ? it seems it needs manual config ...

[11:07:39] <irc> <Gilou> I do
[11:07:46] <irc> <> Hi gilou
[11:07:58] <irc> <Gilou> it doesn't, I'm pretty sure it was painless (and I was surprised :P)
[11:08:06] <irc> <> RIght now I tried : installing the Built in collabora server : fail
[11:08:18] <irc> <> because it needs some nginx config edit
[11:08:24] <irc> <Gilou> ah, that worked for me, by built-in, you mean in nextcloud?
[11:08:44] <irc> <> I tried also to install the full app to the sub domain :
[11:08:51] <irc> <> Fail also
[11:09:03] <irc> <> Yes I meants builtin as a nextcloud app , x86
[11:09:06] <irc> <Gilou> what I did that work, install nextcloud as a ynh app
[11:09:13] <irc> <Gilou> worked*
[11:09:22] <irc> <Gilou> then install collabora server, then the app
[11:09:27] <irc> <Gilou> from nextcloud
[11:09:34] <irc> <> Yes I tried that first
[11:09:50] <irc> <> You used a sub domain for collabora ?
[11:09:55] <irc> <Gilou> Collabora Online - Built-in CODE Server
[11:10:16] <irc> <Gilou> my nextcloud is overall on its own subdomain
[11:10:25] <irc> <> for some reason the colabora does not start , I did not dig but wanted to know if this si normal
[11:10:27] <irc> <Gilou> I don't think I set anything for code
[11:10:50] <irc> <Gilou> well my experience was: it worked, and I was happily surprised ;))
[11:11:09] <irc> <> Nice to know !
[11:11:36] <irc> <> When i try to tell teh nextcloud app to use built in I get an error saying I have to do some edit
[11:11:58] <irc> <> How do you find the performance for built in ? what platform are you on ?
[11:12:01] <irc> <> x86 ?
[11:12:20] <irc> <Gilou> ah, your nextcloud is not on its own domain?
[11:12:36] <irc> <Gilou> it's x86_64, and I'm amazed by how it runs
[11:12:42] <irc> <> it is with a dynamic DNS
[11:12:58] <irc> <> and I'm using on local network
[11:13:44] <irc> <> If you are french , the full error Impossible d'établir une connexion au serveur Collabora Online. Cette erreur peut-être due à une erreur de configuration de votre serveur web. Pour plus d'informations, visitez :Connectez à Collabora Online en un click avec Nginx
[11:14:12] <irc> <Gilou> vi, mais du coup tu as ton nextcloud en /nextcloud ou du genre, pas sur son propre domaine ?
[11:14:14] <irc> <Gilou> c'est mon cas ;)
[11:14:30] <irc> <Gilou> le truc tourne sur une VM avec 1 CPU, 1 Go de RAM… ras
[11:14:52] <irc> <Gilou> enfin c'est mon cas = mon nextcloud est sur son propre domaine
[11:15:08] <irc> <Gilou> mais bon si tu as un /truc, tu dois pouvoir modif la conf du nginx, c'est un peu dommage, mais faisable
[11:15:18] <irc> <> Non nc est sur
[15:40:40] <irc> <> Announcements - YunoHost Forum: YunoHost 4.1 testing / Call for feedback ( )
[16:03:41] <irc> <edoardo> hello everybody! I was trying to install a let's encrypt certificate for a new subdomain. It says it failed (I'm sending the log), but at the same time on yunohost's dns certificate page it says the certificate is fine, and that the certificate authority is "Other / Unknown (R3)" ?!
[16:03:52] <irc> <edoardo> it sounds quite strange to me...
[16:04:08] <irc> <edoardo> here the log:
[17:47:52] <irc> <Aleks[m]> edoardo: this should be fixed if you upgrade to the latest version
[17:48:33] <irc> <edoardo> right, my bad, I'm not up to date actually!
[17:48:44] <irc> <edoardo> Thanks Aleks, have a nice evening
[17:49:32] <irc> <Aleks[m]> (also it did not really fail, yunohost was just confused that the certificate issue was apparently not Lets Encrypt because the Lets Encrypt change the default issuer name ...)
[17:49:38] <irc> <Aleks[m]> issuer*
[17:51:22] <irc> <llaq> Hey !
[17:53:08] *irc <llaq> sent a long message: < >
[17:54:40] <irc> <Aleks[m]> sounds like 40GB SSD should be enough if you really plan to only have this
[17:54:58] <irc> <llaq> Yes
[17:55:09] <irc> <llaq> For 200 users, will that do?
[17:55:15] <irc> <llaq> Aleks ^^
[17:55:31] <irc> <Aleks[m]> uuuuh
[17:55:44] <irc> <Aleks[m]> well 200 users kinda starts to be a bit much
[17:55:55] <irc> <Aleks[m]> i guess you'd want more than 40GB in the long term
[17:56:16] <irc> <llaq> Max users number with 40gb ?
[17:56:34] <irc> <llaq> Ooops, it's 30gb and not 40gb Aleks
[17:56:55] <irc> <Aleks[m]> it's not really about 'max users'
[17:57:14] <irc> <Aleks[m]> you can have 9999999 users on a 40GB instances (well i'm exagerating)
[17:57:20] <irc> <Aleks[m]> the question is how much content will these users procude
[17:57:23] <irc> <Aleks[m]> produce*
[17:58:13] <irc> <Aleks[m]> like if you have 200 users and they only chat 1 time per month, 40GB is enough ... if they chat everyday, the database will grow and ultimately you'll run out of disk space
[17:59:04] <irc> <llaq> OK,thank you
[17:59:10] <irc> <llaq> Mumble it is possible with HDD