Keywords: OwnCloud - OS X - How to - Other
I have successfully installed Owncloud on OS X.
I have successfully implemented port forwarding in the Owncloud app to reach it in the web browser via
localport:8888 on the mac mini server where it is located AND from a mac laptop via a fixed ip from my network provider with http and https.
But when I do that, i get the owncloud website with the (german) warning that I reached it via a untrused domain, and I should change the untrusted domain entries in config/config.php. I read the help how to change that file:
But I do not know how to do that.
Are the trusted domains the same as adding a server IP in the owncloud settings under Settings/security/CORS Whitelist?
There I added:
https://my_external_ip https://my_external_ip:my_https_port http://my_external_ip http://my_external_ip:my_http_port (8888)
still if I access my Webbrowser from one of these adresses I get the same warning.
The helpfile explains what to change the
How do I open it and save it? If I mount the Bitnami volume opt/bitnami I can navigate to its location:
Approach A (Bitnami installations using system packages): /opt/bitnami/owncloud/config/config.php
But I find only an alias, which I cannot open or find the original. I want to edit this list:
'trusted_domains' => array ( 0 => "FIRST_DOMAIN", 1 => "SECOND_DOMAIN", 2 => "THIRD_DOMAIN", ),
Do I have to open it in the Terminal?
How do I do that?