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Re: [libreoffice-documentation] LibreOffice NextCloud and Linux Client

Hello Aaron

I had to use the owncloud client (instead of the nextcloud client) for
my linux machine synchronization.

It works, but I get a warning each login on the fact I'm using a server
software (NC) not approved by the client software (OC).


Em 27/08/2019 01:16, Aaron Peters escreveu:
> Hello everyone,
> I'm Aaron, and I'll be working on the LibreOffice Online Guide through
> Season of Docs. Firstly, look forward to working with you all!
> I have access to the NextCloud instance and am able to access it via
> WebDAV. But I'm getting the Login/Grant access loop issue when trying to
> use the client. Looks like the issue described here:
> https://github.com/nextcloud/desktop/issues/830#issuecomment-449589408
> Has anyone found a workaround? Most of the suggested solutions for this are
> server-side. I've tried both the official NextCloud AppImage and the
> FlatPak from FlatHub.
> Thanks!
> Aaron

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[libreoffice-documentation] LibreOffice NextCloud and Linux ClientAaron Peters <acpkendo@gmail.com>
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