Nextcloud 13 update on FreeBSD breaks (with redirection errors)

In Firefox: “The page isn’t redirecting properly”

FIX BELOW:

                    /!\ NEXTCLOUD 13.0.1 UPDATE /!\

The nextcloud 13.0.1 package changes the location of the bundled apps.
After updating to 13.0.1 you MUST adapt your configuration. You MUST
add an additional entry to the "apps-paths" array in config/config.php

    1 =>
    array (
      'path' => '/usr/local/www/nextcloud/apps-pkg',
      'url' => '/apps-pkg',
      'writable' => false,
    ),

For the default installation, the fix can be applied with:

  cd /usr/local/www/nextcloud
  su -m www -c "php ./occ config:import < /usr/local/share/nextcloud/fix-apps_paths.json"

So running this after an ‘failed’ upgrade, run this:

 su -m www -c "php /usr/local/www/nextcloud/occ config:import < /usr/local/share/nextcloud/fix-apps_paths.json"

Happy updating!

Why I dislike non-English for OS and DB language

Deleting expired objects with RMAN, resulting in an invalid response while answering ‘correctly’:

Wilt u de bovenstaande objecten verwijderen (voer JA of NEE in)? JA
"JA" is een ongeldige respons - voer opnieuw in.

Wilt u de bovenstaande objecten verwijderen (voer JA of NEE in)? j
"j" is een ongeldige respons - voer opnieuw in.

Wilt u de bovenstaande objecten verwijderen (voer JA of NEE in)? y
Het gearchiveerde log is verwijderd.

Happy answering…

Firefox, Google Calendar and “The page isn’t redirecting properly”

Wipe-out! Do you have a problem loading Google Calendar in Firefox and getting:

The page isn’t redirecting properly“, “This problem can sometimes be caused by disabling or refusing to accept cookies.“?

I only removed one cookie for Domain ‘.www.google.com‘ and Path ‘/calendar/‘ and problem was solved!

The dot prefixing the ‘www’ is causing the problem I think.

Happy surfing!