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Owncloud : Unable to change Max Upload size

Increase File Upload Size from default admin pannel.

Go to File handling --  Change Upload size.

Chnage it's value from 2 to something as per your requirement.

Now save -- Login as a normal user after 5 Min and then check back again.
If all seems good then.. this tutorial is just got an ending for you.

If not, just dig into some files.

I have tried to change it from 2 to 8 MB , but even after saving it didn't went well.

Locate your  owncloud root folder, wherever you have kept it, i have my owncloud folder under /var/www/html/owncloud and open the file .htaccess

cybeerkeeda@Linux-Maniac:~ vim /var/www/html/owncloud/.htaccess
cybeerkeeda@Linux-Maniac:~ vim .htaccess
You must find the updated value within the two lines, if not change it do the desired value but remember both must be of same value ( like i have taken limit as 8 MB )

 php_value upload_max_filesize 8M
 php_value post_max_size 8M

Save and restart webserver 

cybecybeerkeeda@Linux-Maniac:~ service httpd restart
cyberkeeda@Linux-Maniac:~ systemctl restart httpd
Now, check again it should work.

Till now, if it's not working for you locate the default php.ini file , find and update the same value over there too.

cybeerkeeda@Linux-Maniac:~ locate php.ini
cybeerkeeda@Linux-Maniac:~ vim php.ini

upload_max_filesize = 8M

post_max_size = 8M

Restart your web server again and check, it must be working.

Now you can upload file size more then default value.
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How to enable Microsoft Word support on OwnCloud

This tutorial will guide to enable Microsoft / LibreOffice/OpenOffice Word document Online view on browser.

Install Libreoffice package on Owncloud server
cybeerkeeda@Linux-Maniac:~ yum install libreoffice*
cybeerkeeda@Linux-Maniac:~ yum install libreoffice-headless
cybeerkeeda@Linux-Maniac:~ yum install libreoffice-impress

These are the mandatory packages that are supposed to be installed within your Owncloud Server

Now Enable Documents from the App window

Check within your config.php file ( owncloud/config/config.php ), if the below mentioned line has been added or not
if not then add it manually
'preview_libreoffice_path' => '/usr/bin/libreoffice',

Now Again Click on Admin -- Documents -- Local - Apply and Test

Now confirm it from the below similar looking pic

You must be able to View the Document within your browser.

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