[Freedombox-discuss] owncloud - php DB driver - broken upgrade

phylophyl philophil_debian at hyperlecture.net
Tue Mar 15 17:23:03 UTC 2016

another approach, is this one interesting ?

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Le mar. 15 mars 2016 à 17:59, juh <juh+freedombox at mailbox.org> a 
écrit :
> Am 15.03.2016 um 17:28 schrieb J.D. Bean:
>>  Similarly took a quick look and it certainly does look promising.
>>  Surprised I'd actually never seen it before (that I can recall).
>>  One potential stumbling block that I'll note is that according to 
>> the
>>  FAQ[1]:
>>>  Since Cozy is a personal server, it doesn't support multiple user 
>>> accounts.
>>  Unsure how much of an issue that will be if everything else checks 
>> out
>>  and this gets in to Debian. Doesn't seem like multi-user is on the 
>> road
>>  map for the project.
> I agree. This is a potential block. And it is really sad. I had it
> running on my Pi 2 and it was fast and responsive.
> There is an image for Raspi.
> juh
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