Install NextCloud Hub and OnlyOffice on Ubuntu 22.04 with Docker Compose
This is another update of my previous posts (installing NextCloud with Collabora Office Online on Ubuntu 16.04 and then NextCloud with OnlyOffice on Ubuntu 18.04). I'm updating it thanks to my colleague in edtech, Stephen Downes' heroic videos showing how he went through this process using my 18.04 instructions on 22.04, running into a few minor issues... this update seeks to remedy the problems he encountered with the older tutorial.
Installing and Upgrading Moodle with Docker Compose on Ubuntu 22.04
Note: work in progress
Moodle is probably (there's little agreement among the pundits) the market-leading Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) Learning Management System (LMS). It's pretty much everywhere. Here's how you can set up and maintain your own Moodle instance(s).
Installing MariaDB on Ubuntu 20.04
At the OER Foundation, we have the convention of using Docker to deploy most components of the web services we offer. One notable exception to that is the way we deploy our most widely used database. Rather than deploying a separate MySQL/MariaDB container for every service on a given host, we instead deploy a single instance running on the host. We do this for a couple reasons:
OERF FOSS Tech Hosting Conventions
At the OER Foundation we host an array of Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) services. To keep things manageable, we have established a set of conventions to which we adhere, and I'm describing them here in case it's helpful to others who can either learn from, or improve on, our experience.
Installing NextCloud Hub with OnlyOffice on Ubuntu 18.04
I have previously provided an in-depth explanation about NextCloud with Collabora Office Online and how we've installed it on Ubuntu 16.04. This is an update both of the process, and of the technology.
Installing NextCloud and Collabora Office Online with Docker on Ubuntu 16.04
Update 2021-11-08: this post is now getting a bit long-in-the-tooth, and I need to update it to use up-to-date components. It might still be useful to folks, but use it with caution. Also, please note, we're using NextCloud with OnlyOffice (the open source community edition) these days.