How to Install Nextcloud with Docker on Your Linux Server

Nextcloud is the perfect solution for a self-hosted Google Drive or Dropbox alternative. .

I am not going to tell you why you should use Nextcloud. Instead I am going to show you how to install Nextcloud server with Docker containers.

The tutorial uses Ngnix reverse proxy set up so that you can deploy your Nextcloud instance with SSL. This way your Nextcloud deployment URL will be using HTTPS and youaposll be transferring files securely.

Towards the end of the tutorial Iaposll share some tips for Linode cloud users for reducing the effort on Nextcloud deployment.

PrerequisitespBefore moving forward some things need to be taken care of. Hereaposs what you need.

Letaposs see the steps one by one.

With reverse proxy you can deploy several web services on the same server. This is not optional because you need letaposs Encrypt container for SSL.


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