Since ownCloud Server 10.5, all supported apps are being shipped as part of the complete bundle for ownCloud Server. Find below a list of updated apps in comparison with the 10.7 complete bundle. More information on the changes can be found in the respective changelogs on ownCloud Marketplace.
ownCloud Server 10.5 officially supports PHP 7.4.The Server Core and all apps maintained by ownCloud have received a full QA cycle and are proven to work reliably with PHP 7.4.If you are still running a PHP version < 7.2, you must upgrade PHP before upgrading ownCloud Server as lower versions are not supported anymore.
ownCloud Server 10.5 comes with great enhancements for content collaboration. Manual file locking allows users to lock files in shared areas while working on them in order to prevent concurrent changes from other users (check-in/check-out).
The ownCloud Marketplace is opening up. With the release of Server 10.5, all apps available on the Marketplace (including ownCloud Enterprise apps) are now also available for download and installation via the Market app. This change facilitates the process of getting started with ownCloud Server and of evaluating Enterprise functionality. Additionally, it allows updates for all apps to be obtained from the ownCloud Marketplace and ensures running up-to-date versions.
In line with the changes to the Marketplace the deliverables for ownCloud Server have been unified. Previously there were different Tarball bundles, Docker images and Linux packages for the Community (bare minimum) and Enterprise (all supported apps) Editions.Starting with Server 10.5 there are the following bundles which are shipped via tarball, Docker images and Linux packages:- minimal bundle for the Server and required components, semantically versioned (ownCloud-10.5.0)- complete bundle for the Server and all supported apps, including the Enterprise features, not semantically versioned as it always contains the latest versions of all supported apps (ownCloud-complete-)
The availability of Enterprise features now only depends on the license key.As part of this process, the former enterprise_key app has been deprecated and is not used anymore. New versions for all Enterprise apps have been released and included in the Server 10.5 complete bundle. These are needed to work with PHP 7.4 and the new licensing mechanism (see below).
To facilitate the evaluation of ownCloud Enterprise functionality, Server 10.5 comes with a new trial mechanism. Previously, the process to upgrade from a Community installation to an Enterprise trial was not that easy.
With ownCloud Server 10.2.0 a background job for change detection of nested federated shares was added (occ incoming-shares:poll) to allow ownCloud Server to discover changes in federated shares in order to make them available for synchronization with the ownCloud Clients. Based on feedback a new, improved background job with more configuration options was added to Server 10.5. It replaces the former occ command which is now deprecated and should not be used anymore after upgrading to 10.5.
Marketplace: Please create an account for `the new marketplace`_. Access tooptional ownCloud extensions and enterprise apps will be provided by themarketplace from now on. Currently some apps are still shipped with thetarballs / packages and will be moved to the marketplace in the nearfuture.
owncloud-enterprise packages are no longer available for CentOS 6,RHEL6, Debian 7, or any version of Fedora. A new package,owncloud-enterprise-files, is available for all supported platforms,including the above. This new package comes without dependencies, and isinstallable on a larger number of platforms. System administrators mustinstall their own LAMP stacks and databases.See -to-upgrade-to-owncloud-9-0/. 2b1af7f3a8