Nextcloud 27, just like Nextcloud 26, is heavily reliant on AI, and the feature set is primarily driven by AI itself. In this article, I will guide you through the step-by-step process of how to install Nextcloud 27 (Hub 5) on an Ubuntu server (22.04 LTS).
Nextcloud 27, also known as Hub 5, has been released and is now available for download. If you have received the upgrade notification, it's time to check it out and ensure there are no apps blocking the upgrade. If this is your first time upgrading, don't worry! I'll guide you through the step-by-step process of upgrading to Nextcloud 27 using the GUI or occ.
I noticed that some users have installed Nextcloud with SQLite on a production system. This is suitable for a user or two with lower server load. However, if you are considering switching to a more reliable database for improved performance, you can utilize MariaDB, MySQL, or PostgreSQL. In this article, I will guide you on how to migrate the Nextcloud database from SQLite to MariaDB.
Nextcloud 26 (Hub 4) focuses on AI integration with Talk, search and more. You may not find any big UI changes or features in this release. But in terms of AI integration it is still a release worth installing or upgrading. In this article I will guide you how to install Nextcloud 26 on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS with a free SSL certificate from Let's encrypt.
A year or so ago Nextcloud team introduced AIO (All In One), which simplifies the installation with containers. In this article I will guide you how to install Nextcloud AIO on Ubuntu with Apache reverse proxy, and SSL from Let's encrypt.
If you are on Nextcloud 25 and want to upgrade to the latest stable release tagged as Hub 4 and Nextcloud 26. Read on how to upgrade to Nextcloud 26 or Hub 4 via Gui (web UI) the easy way.