/etc/httpd/conf.d/owncloud-access.conf.avail - CentOS Linux 7

This is the default example configuration of owncloud-access.conf.avail provided by Apache. This config file was generated by Apache running on CentOS 7.

It is located under: /etc/httpd/conf.d/owncloud-access.conf.avail

    # If symlinked or copied to /etc/httpd/conf.d/z-owncloud-access.conf
# (or any other name that is alphabetically later than
# 'owncloud.conf'), this file will permit access to the ownCloud
# installation from any client. Ensure your deployment is correctly
# configured and secured before doing this!
# If you SYMLINK this file, you can rely on the ownCloud package to
# handle any future changes in the directory or URL hierarchy; this
# file will always achieve the high-level goal 'allow access to the
# ownCloud installation from any client'. If you COPY this file, you
# will have to check for changes to the original in future ownCloud
# package updates, and make any appropriate adjustments to your copy.

<Directory /usr/share/owncloud/>
    Include conf.d/owncloud-auth-any.inc

<Directory /var/lib/owncloud/apps/>
    Include conf.d/owncloud-auth-any.inc

<Directory /var/lib/owncloud/assets/>
    Include conf.d/owncloud-auth-any.inc


Config Details

Operating system
CentOS Linux 7
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