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How to install open cloud?

Link to this post 22 Mar 13

I just starting to learn open cloud of now.

Can anybody tell me or send me to learn how to's on
installing open cloud?

Ubuntu, Debian, linuxmint are the ones I would like
to use to do this.

Thank You

Cevin

Link to this post 24 Mar 13

Open Cloud is a generic term. There are many large storage companies that offer cloud services, but, you would be syncing your files out in the cloud, and, for me, that decreases my privacy. Owncloud, which allows you to set up a cloud service on your own machine, is the way I would go. If it's not available in your distros repos yet, here's a how-to from the Debian based distro I use, siduction.

http://news.siduction.org/2012/09/owncloud-as-an-alternate-to-dropbox-and-friends/

Link to this post 26 Jun 13

please help me to use the cloud

Link to this post 23 Nov 13

GoinEasy9 said:

you would be syncing your files out in the cloud, and, for me, that decreases my privacy.

Well said.

There are countless benefits in establishing your own personal home network(s) and server(s).

Link to this post 18 Jan

nice thread to teach us how to install it. thanks.

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