Collabora online installation with docker


#1

Please provide the following tags: install / upgrade, package type, server OS, pydio version

Hello everyone,

i’m trying to install collabora/code with docker on a debian 9.5 server with pydio 8.2.2,php 7.0.33 and apache2
I installed Pydio 8.2.2 according to the instructions of my colleague because they v’e already pydio on a server but it’s an older version.
They want me to install pydio (done) on a server and now they want collabora for editing documents.
I have to do this in test, not in production.
But i don’t understand all the specifications of this installation with docker.
My server has a domain like bla.blabla.fr and it’s recorded on the dns server.
An cname record like blo.blabla.fr was created and i followed the instructions steps on the official guide.
I’m using a self signed certificat and i use the docker command :

sudo docker run -t -d -p 127.0.0.1:9980:9980 -e ‘domain=blo\.blabla\.fr’ --restart always --cap-add MKNOD collabora/code.

But it doesn’t work and i can’t see the plugin in my pydio parameter.

¨I wish you could help me

Thanks you


#2

Hi,
to use the collabora plugin on Pydio 8 you must first enable it and then configure the parameters,
you can find the plugin in Available Plugins > Editors > Collabora Online, enable it and then you can click on the pen on the right to configure,


#3

it’s the problem, i can’t enable it because collabora plugin is not available.

In fact, i 've got some errors when i use sudo docker logs --details idcontainer

wsd-00029-00030 2019-02-08 10:26:36.549270 [ prisoner_poll ] WRN ForKit not responsive for 127873 ms forking 1 children. Resetting.| wsd/LOOLWSD.cpp:427

and
wsd-00029-00052 2019-02-08 10:33:56.926182 [ websrv_poll ] WRN client - server version mismatch, disabling browser cache.| wsd/FileServer.cpp:279


#4

First look for editor.libreoffice folder inside your pydio installation under plugins/editor.libreoffice.

If you think you are missing the plugin,
you could download the archive https://download.pydio.com/pub/core/ci/pydio-latest.tar.gz,
and take inside plugins this folder editor.libreoffice, copy it to your pydio plugins folder, refresh cache (restart apache to also be sure) and check back if the plugin reappears.


#5

thanks for your help.
The plugin appeared and i enabled it with you advises.
Now i have a problem with self signed certificat and i can’t edit documents.
But i think it’s an another problem with my network.


#6

your welcome,
let me know if you have any other issue.