Raspberry Seafile Server – Image Download

Installing Seafile on the Raspberry can be quite exhausting. Especially if you are interested in the topic, but never or hardly came into contact with Linux. I once took the trouble to write an image. I created the image on my Raspberry Pi 3 Model B* and make it available for download from my private cloud. Please note that the download link may not be available at times, as I always tinker with my configuration ­čÖé Please note: The image …

Save Seafile data to external hard drive

Running your own cloud with Seafile on the Raspberry Pi* is a great cost-effective way to store, manage and share your data with full control. The joy can be quickly clouded when the storage capacity of the SD card* is reached. It is obvious to use an external hard drive*. I recommend a hard drive with its own power supply. A few lines of code are enough and your storage capacity has already been greatly increased. First, we connect the …

Bring Seafile Online and create SSL certificate

Switching to HTTPS – signed SSL certificate This is only necessary if you want to reach the Seafile server on the go. To do this, you have to create a DynDNS address in advance, for example in the case of noip.com or spdyn.de. You’ll have to include this in your router and release ports to the Raspberry Pi. The following port is required:443 The Raspberry Pi, as a standard user, will continue:

Install Seafile Server on Raspberry Pi – Instructions

Prerequisite A RaspberryPi (for example, the “Starter Kit“)* is available, the operating system “Raspian” is installed and of course connected to the network. You know the IP address of the RaspberryPi. You can find them in your router or enter in the console ifonfig. SSH access is enabled. I always put an empty file named “ssh” in the boot partition. Then we install Seafile. Guide Log in to the Raspi by SSH – ssh pi@raspberrypi (password: raspberry)