Installing ownCloud

Decided to try installing ownCloud this evening (well, morning) using the Fedora 19 yum repo.

Being that ownCloud is now an official feature of Fedora 19, there’s no doubt that anything I write about it from here on is subject to change. The version currently shipping from the Fedora repo is 4.5.13, not the latest (5.0.10), so the list below may need adjusting depending on what you try to install.

Note that the Fedora packages use Red Hat’s standard LSB (Linux Standard Base) configuration for paths, etc.

Here’s the result of the dependency check. Obviously this isn’t a clean install of Fedora 19, in fact it was an upgrade from Fedora 17, so Your Mileage May definitely Vary. Even if you decide to install using the tarball you may find this package list will save you time prepping the platform.

 Package                      Arch     Version                  Repository
 owncloud                     noarch   4.5.13-1.fc19            updates   3.7 M
Installing for dependencies:
 owncloud-httpd               noarch   4.5.13-1.fc19            updates   6.5 k
 owncloud-mysql               noarch   4.5.13-1.fc19            updates   6.4 k
 php-channel-dropbox-php      noarch   1.3-3.fc19               fedora    4.5 k
 php-channel-sabredav         noarch   1.3-4.fc19               fedora    4.5 k
 php-cloudfiles               noarch   1.7.11-3.fc19            fedora     31 k
 php-dropbox-php-Dropbox      noarch   1.0.0-4.fc19             fedora     20 k
 php-getid3                   noarch   1:1.9.3-2.fc19           fedora    374 k
 php-gmp                      x86_64   5.5.1-1.fc19             updates    54 k
 php-pear-Auth-SASL           noarch   1.0.6-5.fc19             fedora     16 k
 php-pear-Cache-Lite          noarch   1.7.15-5.fc19            fedora     43 k
 php-pear-Crypt-Blowfish      noarch   1.1.0-0.10.rc2.fc19      fedora     24 k
 php-pear-DB                  noarch   1.7.14-6.fc19            fedora    106 k
 php-pear-HTTP-OAuth          noarch   0.2.3-6.fc19             fedora     66 k
 php-pear-HTTP-Request2       noarch   2.1.1-6.fc19             fedora    101 k
 php-pear-Log                 noarch   1.12.7-7.fc19            fedora     59 k
 php-pear-MDB2                noarch   2.5.0-0.9.b5.fc19        fedora    125 k
 php-pear-MDB2-Driver-mysql   noarch   1.5.0-0.8.b4.fc19        fedora     41 k
 php-pear-Mail                noarch   1.2.0-7.fc19             fedora     30 k
 php-pear-Net-Curl            noarch   1.2.5-10.fc19            fedora     13 k
 php-pear-Net-SMTP            noarch   1.6.2-1.fc19             updates    22 k
 php-pear-Net-Socket          noarch   1.0.14-1.fc19            fedora     13 k
 php-pear-Net-URL2            noarch   2.0.0-6.fc19             fedora     17 k
 php-pear-XML-Parser          noarch   1.3.4-8.fc19             fedora     25 k
 php-pecl-oauth               x86_64   1.2.3-3.fc19             fedora     57 k
 php-phpass                   noarch   0.3-3.fc19               fedora    9.1 k
 php-sabredav-Sabre           noarch   1.0.0-9.fc19             fedora    7.3 k
 php-sabredav-Sabre_CalDAV    noarch   1.6.4-5.fc19             fedora     48 k
 php-sabredav-Sabre_CardDAV   noarch   1.6.5-4.fc19             fedora     36 k
 php-sabredav-Sabre_DAV       noarch   1.6.5-5.fc19             fedora    108 k
 php-sabredav-Sabre_DAVACL    noarch   1.6.0-5.fc19             fedora     41 k
 php-sabredav-Sabre_HTTP      noarch   1.6.4-5.fc19             fedora     30 k
 php-sabredav-Sabre_VObject   noarch   1.3.5-4.fc19             fedora     45 k

Transaction Summary
Install  1 Package (+32 Dependent packages)

Total download size: 5.2 M
Installed size: 27 M

And for heaven’s sake, don’t forget php-imap!


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